Broods heading on NZ tour

Last updated 14:56 12/06/2014
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HEADING ON TOUR: Georgia and Caleb Nott of Broods

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After taking the world by storm, Nelson brother-and-sister duo, Georgia and Caleb Nott, of Broods, are heading on their first New Zealand tour.

The last 12 months have seen the siblings perform across the United States, Canada, Britain, and Australia while their fans back home could only follow their success from afar.

After opening for Ellie Goulding this week, the band will return in August and play their first headlining shows in Auckland, Wellington and Christchurch.

Broods made their name in 2013 with the release of the hit single Bridges, produced by Lorde's writing partner Joel Little.

The song flew up the charts and resulted in them signing international recording contracts in the US and Britain.

Their self-titled debut EP in January this year brought international acclaim.

Broods' shows have been hailed by the Huffington Post as "dance floor-filling joy", "magnetic" and "mesmerising".

The siblings who perform live as a trio with a drummer will release their debut full-length album Evergreen in September, featuring the new single Mother and Father.

Broods - Evergreen Tour

21 August: Auckland, Powerstation

22 August: Wellington, James Cabaret

23 August: Christchurch, The Bedford

More info: www.facebook.com/broodsmusic

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