Into the forest: Watch Broods play ‘Mother & Father’ acoustically at Latitude 2014

Watch Broods play ‘Mother & Father’ acoustically at Latitude 2014

Caleb and Georgia Nott took on their ace new single in different surroundings last July.

New Zealand duo Broods were one of the highlights from this year’s Latitude Festival. The Nott siblings - Caleb and Georgia - played a boiling, mid-afternoon set in the Alcove, and they also found time to take in the scenery and play a behind-the-scenes acoustic set in Henham Park’s forest.

Their acoustic version also showcases traditional gadget-obsessive Caleb on the acoustic guitar, which - surprise surprise - he also happens to be a dab hand at. He also manages to achieve this while wearing a ridiculously white, non-mud stained t-shirt. What a ridiculous human being. 

Watch Broods’ ‘Mother & Father’ acoustic session at Latitude 2014 below. The band’s debut album, ‘Evergreen’, is out in the US 7th October, with a UK release TBC.

Tracklist: 

Mother & Father
Everytime
Killing You
Bridges
L.A.F
Never Gonna Change
Sober
Medicine
Evergreen
Four Walls
Superstar

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