Broods


The remarkable thing about Broods is not just that they found massive success internationally, but that they were able to survive it.

Capitol Records in LA and Polydor in the UK had them pegged as the next Lorde, their first single ‘Bridges’ managed to break them worldwide and they put two albums into the US charts, at No.45 and No.52. Yet when they were dropped by their label, they successfully reinvented themselves and had another breakthrough with the viral hit, ‘Peach’.

Broods - Don't Feed the Pop Monster (2019)
Broods - All of Your Glory (live on RNZ, 2016)
Broods - Everything Goes (Wow) (2018)
Broods - Free
Caleb and Georgia Nott, 2019.
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Broods - Conscious (2016)
Georgia Nott onstage at The Roxy theatre in LA, 2018.
Photo credit: Justin Higuchi
Broods - Heartlines (live on RNZ, 2016)
Broods - Too Proud
Broods - Free (live on RNZ, 2016)
Broods - Mother and Father (NZVMA's, 2015)
Broods - Evergreen (2014)
Broods – Georgia and Caleb (on bass)  at The Roxy, LA 2018.
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Broods – Georgia and Caleb Nott in a promotional photo for Evergreen.
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Broods - self-titled EP (2014)
Broods, 2016: Caleb and Georgia Nott. 
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Broods in a promotional photo for the Peach single, 2018.
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RNZ Live: Broods interview and full session at RNZ, July 2016.
Caleb and Georgia Nott – Broods, 2019.
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Broods - Peach (2018)
Broods - Heartlines (2016)
Broods – Don’t Feed The Pop-Monster photo shoot, 2019.
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Broods at The Observatory in Orange County in 2016.
Photo credit: Justin Higuchi
Labels:

Capitol Records


Polydor


Island


Universal


Neon Gold


Atlantic


Warner Music

Members:

Georgia Nott - vocals

Caleb Nott - production, vocals

Trivia:

Kiwi actress Rose McIver (The Lovely Bones, The Piano) appeared in the music video for ‘Heartlines’.

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