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Of the countless popsmiths who aspire to follow in Lorde's footsteps, Broods have a pretty good shot: the brother-sister duo of Caleb and Georgia Nott are also from New Zealand, and they share the "Royals" singer's producer, Joel Little. Comprised of tempestuous pop with electronic flourishes, their debut shows a resemblance to their countrywoman's music but distinguishes itself, too: the single "Bridges" pulses with alt-R&B wooziness, and "Four Walls" is futuristic quiet storm. With Georgia's layered vocals and the swirling synths throughout, Evergreen is a bumpy ride, throbbing with urgent energy, like Portishead by way of Destiny's Child.

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Freakin awesome!

I love Broods they are amazing. I love everyone of their songs👍

this album is going to be AMAZING!!

Ever since I heard there songs on MTV Catfish. I can't stop listening to them. They have major talent. I love all the songs I heard so far. Oct. 7 get here ASAP we want to hear the whole album! This is the album that people are going to be talking about for a while.


One of the best albums of 2014!


Formed: 2013 in Auckland, New Zealand

Genre: Alternative

Years Active: '10s

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...
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