New Zealand sibling duo Broods have announced details of their third album.
‘Don’t Feed The Pop Monster’, the follow-up to 2016’s ‘Conscious’, will be released on 1st February.
The album features the previously-revealed single ‘Peach’, and another track revealed today, ‘Everything Goes (Wow)’.
Of the song, the band’s Georgia Nott says: “We wrote “Everything Goes (Wow)” in a tree house in Nicaragua. We were there as part of a writing camp and it was one to the best experiences of our careers. It’s about accepting the mortality of everything and finding peace in that.” And on their forthcoming album, she continues, “We can’t wait to share this album with our fans and the world. We wanted to make songs that are true to us and without hiding behind any kind of façade. We made a point of just completely trusting ourselves and each other and we’re so ready for everyone to hear the album.”
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