Los Angeles pop duo HOLYCHILD are a band to watch out for. Dubbed the halfway point between Katy Perry and Bjork, the band has successfully invented a new genre called ‘bratpop’. On their debut album ‘The Shape Of Bratpop To Come’, singer Liz Nicisto and instrumentalist Louie Diller craft (not-so) pop gems over gritty EDM influences. Album standout and the second song lifted from their debut “Money All Around” seeks to debunk stereotypes towards overbearing capitalism in music today. “I have my money all around / just take your clothes off, make me proud” sings Liz over the uptempo beat as she playfully discusses one of life’s most important necessities. The video treatment for “Money” goes even further, featuring the duo spoofing what appears to be a lavish and luxurious lifestyle. Although the band features one female and one male, notions of feminism and power come to mind easily by listening to the band’s lyrics. They’re not quite as in your face as other #girlpower bands like Icona Pop or Rebecca and Fiona, but their interpretation of fame and how it relates to power is definitely unique. Watch and download HOLYCHILD’s “Money All Around” below.