Band 2 Band: Broods want to ban a lot of modern internet slang

Jun 15, 2016
Our video series Band 2 Band helps artists learn more about each other in the most natural way we could think of: by pulling questions out of a jar and asking them to each other.

In the way of the breakout success of Lorde, New Zealand suddenly had the world's attention. One of those bands to emerge from that ascending Kiwi scene was Broods, the brother/sister duo of Georgia and Caleb Nott from Nelson, New Zealand. Their hypnotic, pulsating synth-pop is perfect for any nighttime ocean walk.

In person, they're loveable and have some admirable accents. Just like everyone else, they're huge fans of Parks and Recreation and want to cuddle puppies all day. They don't understand modern internet slang terms that have emerged over the past few years (we're with them on that) and they talk about their two-step plan to get off of a desert island. Good luck to you, Broods.

Broods' new album Conscious comes out June 24th on Capitol Records.

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