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Broods are an alternative indie, electro-pop duo originating from Nelson NZ. They produce emotion-provoking records which are difficult to forget.
Georgia Nott is the predominant vocalist whilst her older brother and multi-instrumentalist Caleb Nott is on production. As teenagers, the siblings were recognized for their musical talents; in 2011, they were part of the band The Peasants who won the Smokefreerockquest music competition. After the band split in 2012, the Notts formed Broods in early 2013 and worked with the renowned producer Joel Little, before releasing their debut record ‘Bridges’ – described by MTV as “a bittersweet synth-pop echo chamber” – for digital download. Their initial single gained widespread recognition from the likes of Idolator and various other music blogs, and gained over 200K plays in its opening week. It charted at number eight in the Official New Zealand Music Chart and was selected as the US iTunes single of the week for February 2014.
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Broods released the single ‘Never Gonna Change’ before the highly anticipated EP ‘Broods’ was available in January 2014 on Polydor in the UK and Europe, along with Capitol Records worldwide. The talented duo enjoyed a wealth of success in a relatively short period of time, and performed for the first time in the USA at Bardot, Hollywood and the UK at Notting Hill Arts Club, London, following the release of their E.P, before releasing their debut album ‘Evergreen’ in August 2014. It topped the New Zealand Albums Chart and prompted a nomination for the Breakthrough Artist of the Year, the People’s Choice Award and the Single of the Year at the New Zealand Music Awards 2014.
Broods have been compared to Halsey, Chvrches and Wet, and engaged with large crowds at prestigious settings such as Latitude Festival and ACL Music festival. The Kiwi duo have gained over 1.8 million views on their flagship video ‘Bridges’ on YouTube, whilst also gaining over 39,000 followers on Soundcloud. To put it simply, it’s no surprise when – like a match made in heaven – they produce such scintillating melodies that really do capture the imagination.