Laura Holliday wants to “Get Her Back”
This is Laura Holliday’s second single from her upcoming pop EP, “Pop Psychology”. This song is meant to capture a feeling of dissonance, of trying to get back to a version of you that you’ve lost. Of feeling out of alignment with the person you are. It’s the feeling of simultaneously plowing forward, while also grieving that you aren’t who you used to be.
Laura’s passion is writing visceral and descriptive lyrics and this autobiographical song lets people into her head in a real way. The production was put together for what was initially just an acoustic guitar/vocal piece is very simple but emotional and haunting but hopeful. This is definitely the slowest tempo and most moody song the EP; the other tracks are similarly introspective lyrically, but are juxtaposed with more upbeat melodies. Laura Holliday is a singer songwriter, filmmaker and actor based in LA.
As an actor and creator you can watch her original sketch series Brief and Futile Love Stories on Comedy Central Digital. She is increasingly playing her music in places that aren’t her bedroom which is very exciting to her. She made and released two albums as part of the indie pop duo L and That Blue Eyed Boy and has dozens of acoustic originals on her YouTube channel. From her first official solo EP, “Pop Psychology”, the first single “New Year” preceeded “Get Her back”.