PICS: Broods at the Observatory North Park

New Zealand electro-pop group Broods turned their recent Observatory North Park show into a whole mood.

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The indie/electro-pop group hails all the way from Auckland, New Zealand!
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The band is comprised of vocalist/songwriter Georgia Nott (middle) and her multi-instrumentalist/producer brother Caleb Nott (right). They enlist additional member(s) while they're on tour.
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The band performed a 17-song set list at the March 29 show, which kicked off with "Sucker," "To Belong," "Eyes a Mess," "Every Time You Go I Cry," "Hold the Line," "Are You Home"... (Georgia Nott pictured)
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Followed by "L.A.F.," "Free," "Too Proud," "Falling Apart," "Dust," "Bridges," "Hospitalized," "Old Dog"... (Georgia Nott pictured)
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And culminating with "Everything Goes (Wow)," "Life After" and "Peach."
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A little history on 'em: After releasing their debut single "Bridges" in 2013, Broods signed with Capitol Records (and Polydor in the U.K./Europe). (Georgia Nott pictured)
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Fun fact: According to a 2014 interview with Interview Magazine, their manager suggested the name "Broods." The band liked the double meaning, relating to family and a feeling of brooding in their music. (Caleb Nott pictured)
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After releasing a self-titled EP in early 2014, Broods dropped their debut full-length studio album, "Evergreen," later that year -- which shot up to No. 1 on the New Zealand album chart and earned them various awards.
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In 2016, they released the album "Conscious" (featuring collaborations with Lorde and Tove Lo) and followed that with this year's "Don't Feed the Pop Monster."
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As expected, the band was locked in and the show was amazing -- come back soon, Broods!
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