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Liv Bruce was half of the pop-punk musical duo PWR BTTM, along with Ben Hopkins. The band dissolved in 2017 after Hopkins was accused of multiple acts of sexual misconduct. Liv started playing music while she was in middle school.
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"I have a couple of distinct memories from when I was figuring out my sexuality around the same time I was figuring out my interest in playing the drums. I was very worried that I would never get to be in a band or write songs that people wanted to hear, because no one would relate to them… Because I was, you know, such a freak. I knew about Freddie Mercury and Elton John, but they seemed like exceptions to the rule. The rule being, 'Queer People Can't Rock Out.' So, I guess what I'm getting at is that I'm trying to write the songs my younger self would have taken comfort in hearing."
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- Instagram bio 18 Aug 2020
- Twitter bio, 18 Aug 2020
- Lorusso, Marissa (4 May 2017). "Review: PWR BTTM, 'Pageant'". NPR.org. Retrieved 18 August 2020.
- Chafin, Chris (30 September 2016). "30 Under 30: Liv Bruce and Ben Hopkins of PWR BTTM". Brooklyn Magazine. Retrieved 18 August 2020.
- Knopper, Steve (7 March 2020). "PWR BTTM'S Ben Hopkins Prepares to Release Solo Album & Put Sexual Misconduct Allegations Behind Them". Billboard. Retrieved 18 August 2020.
- "Fear Of A Queer Planet: Featuring Liv Bruce and Ben Hopkins of PWR BTTM". New Noise Magazine. 7 December 2015. Retrieved 18 August 2020.