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HOLYCHILD x Kate Nash - Rotten Teeth

A direct pop mega-hit.
HOLYCHILD x Kate Nash - Rotten Teeth
Published: 9:21 am, June 02, 2016
A direct pop mega-hit.



Pop-banger



Sometimes a song is just an undeniable, fun banger. When struggling to move for drippy-tap laptop blog ‘pop’, it would be pretty easy to forget that such a thing ever existed, but thanks to HOLYCHILD and Kate Nash, there’s a 10 out of 10 fix to put things right.

‘Rotten Teeth’ is as subtle as a day-glo half brick, and it’s even more fabulous for it. Sugar spun and brilliantly bratty, even the description on the video refuses to back down. “This is sarcastic pop music,” HOLYCHILD’s Liz explains. “I’m currently feeling cynical about explaining our art so here is a music video I directed while we were in Mexico and I'll let the merkins speak for themselves.”

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