Later today, New Zealand duo Broods play their first ever UK festival show, and their second ever worldwide. It’s a completely new experience for them, especially given the sweltering electronic pop they specialise with on record.
Building on from ‘Mother & Father’, Caleb and Georgia Nott are promising to put everything into a set at the Lake Stage.
“It’s a pretty nuts festival for us,” admits Georgia. Brother Caleb backs up by saying: “For our Latitude set we’re going to put our best foot forward. The set that we have is direct.”
Georgia is focusing on avoiding any serious disasters on their first UK fest appearance. Referring to the recent ‘Mother & Father’ video, she said: “I don’t think I could jump that much on a real stage with wires everywhere. I almost trip up every single time. Thankfully I haven’t tripped up yet, but almost - about three times a show. It’s very hazardous, performing.”
Broods play the Alcove Stage at 6pm.
DIY is the official media partner at Latitude 2014. We’ll be bringing you extensive coverage from in and around the fest, and you can find copies of the July 2014 issue in the Latitude supermarket!