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EDITORS’ NOTES

Broods’ electro-pop shimmers and seduces. Conscious is an appropriate title as songs like “Heartlines” (co-written with Lorde) and “Free” are concerned with staying in (and celebrating) the moment. It’s refreshing to hear an electronic group be so in touch with feelings; sibling duo Georgia and Caleb Nott radiate positive vibes throughout Conscious, a pop album for the dreamers and believers still left in the world.

EDITORS’ NOTES

Broods’ electro-pop shimmers and seduces. Conscious is an appropriate title as songs like “Heartlines” (co-written with Lorde) and “Free” are concerned with staying in (and celebrating) the moment. It’s refreshing to hear an electronic group be so in touch with feelings; sibling duo Georgia and Caleb Nott radiate positive vibes throughout Conscious, a pop album for the dreamers and believers still left in the world.

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Customer Reviews

5 out of 5

181 Ratings

Conscious

Noahunty,

So excited for this album, love their last one and the EP as well so I know this will be just as great, if not better!

Well Worth the Wait

Jr18487,

This album was amazing. All of the songs were very well done. Caleb and Georgia provide a whole new sound than their previous had. Despite the evolution of their music, they still hang on to some of the roots of their previous music. As an avid listener to their music, I like the way they have evolved their music. Overall, the sound, lyrics, and song title are great and mesh really well with each other. I'm proud to be a fan of Broods. This album was well worth the wait and anticipation.

About Broods

Vocalist Georgia Nott and her older multi-instrumentalist brother Caleb Nott are Broods, a cleverly and descriptively named electronic pop duo from Auckland, New Zealand. The Notts, who grew up surrounded by music, have played together since they were children. They were in the Peasants, a band that won a competition for intermediate (junior high) and high school musical acts in 2011. After the Peasants broke up, the siblings formed Broods and connected with producer Joel Little, who had served as a judge during the contest. In October 2013, months after Little gained recognition for his work with another Auckland native Lorde, Broods uploaded "Bridges" to their Soundcloud page and subsequently signed major-label contracts for various territories. The following January, "Bridges" was released commercially and reached the Top Ten in New Zealand. A self-titled six-track EP co-written by the Notts and Little, and produced by Little, was issued at the end of the month. In New Zealand, the moody set debuted at number two, just beneath Lorde's Pure Heroine. Released in the U.S. the following month -- less than a week after Lorde's "Royals" won a Grammy for Song of the Year -- Broods debuted at number 164 on the Billboard 200. Their debut album, Evergreen, arrived in September 2014, topped the New Zealand chart, and reached number 45 in the U.S. In April 2016, the duo and Little returned with "Free," the first single from the second Broods album. It also preceded a series of U.S. tour dates in support of Ellie Goulding. Their sophomore set, Conscious, arrived in the summer of 2016, featuring the Lorde-penned "Heartlines" and a collaboration with Tove Lo. ~ Andy Kellman

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