After teasing new album 'Don’t Feed The Pop Monster' with the brilliant taster-songs, 'Falling Apart', 'Hospitalized', 'Everything Goes (Wow)' and 'Peach', Broods have today released their new full-length - a masterclass in musical evolution, which marries raw emotion with pop sensibilities and a progressive sonic palette.
To celebrate the album’s release, we’ve put together a list of a few important things that you need to know about Broods this week…
#1. About the album, the Broods' Georgia Nott says: "Our goal was to make songs that are true to us, without hiding behind any kind of façade. We worked really hard and went through a thousand different emotions in the process. The fact that we can feel so many different emotions and still make something that’s so true to us—to me that’s the most important part of this whole experience and we’re so excited to finally share this album with the world."
Broods further discuss honest songwriting in this interview with Vice News about 'Peach':
#2. Broods talk honestly about mental health in this interview with Build:
#3. Two of our favourite songs from the new album are 'Falling Apart' and 'Sucker':
#4. Broods are set to debut their new live show in New Zealand next month, with an appearance at Homegrown, as well as playing Christchurch's Town Hall on March 22nd and Auckland's Town Hall on March 24th.
Learn the 'Hospitalized' choreographed dance in time for the tour:
#5. Broods supported Taylor Swift throughout Australia and New Zealand at the end of last year!
Broods' new album 'Don't Feed The Pop Monster' is out now - click here to purchase.
Watch the 'Everything Goes (Wow)' music video below…