Author: Bridget Benevides
Broods is coming to Seattle on Monday, April 1st. They will be performing at one of my all-time favorite venues: The Neptune Theater, with special guests Bad Sounds!
Comprising vocalist Georgia Nott and her elder multi-instrumentalist brother, Caleb Nott, the pair grew up surrounded by music, having played together since they were children. Sibling duo Broods debuted in 2010 with a dark electronic pop sound that helped boost their first album, the chart-topping Evergreen, to international attention upon the strength of the platinum-certified single “Mother & Father.” Expanding their sound on the 2016 follow-up Conscious, they swept that year’s New Zealand Music Awards, winning Album of the Year, Best Group, and more. (source)
Despite all those achievements, Broods feel that they’re “only now just getting started,” according to Caleb. Having recently endured some major label shake-ups, the duo brought Don’t Feed the Pop Monster (their newest album) to life with very limited resources but ultimately created their most fully realized album to date. “We worked really hard and went through a thousand different emotions,” says Georgia. “For a moment, we thought everything was falling apart, and maybe we’d have to move back home and never make music again, but somehow we just kept going. The fact that we can feel that way and still make something that’s so true to us—to me that’s the most important part of this whole experience.” (source)
Broods is coming to Seattle on Monday, April 1st. They will be performing at one of my all-time favorite venues: The Neptune Theater, with special guests Bad Sounds! Tickets can be found HERE. This is an all-ages show. Doors open at 7:00pm and the show starts at 8:00pm.
BRIDGET BENEVIDES | KXSU Music Reporter