Broods perform at Late Night with Seth Meyers

Last updated 13:54 18/07/2014
Late Night With Seth Meyers

Broods perform their single 'mother & Father' on Late Night With Seth Meyer.

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Kiwi duo Broods' fan base has just got a whole lot bigger.

The brother-and-sister pair from Nelson last night performed their latest single Mother and Father on Late Night with Seth Meyers.

The single from their upcoming debut album Evergreen shot straight to No 1 on Hype Machine after premiering on Zane Lowe's BBC Radio 1 two weeks ago and has since accumulated more than 220,000 Soundcloud streams.

Produced by Lorde's collaborator Joel Little and recorded at Auckland's Golden Age studio, their debut featuring hits Bridges and Never Gonna Change, as well as nine new recordings, is set for release on 22 August.

Georgia and Caleb Nott musical project Broods emerged in late 2013 with the release of Bridges. The song has received more than 1.2 million streams on Soundcloud, flew up the charts and prompted a whirlwind of interest that resulted in signing international recording contracts in the USA (Capitol Records) and Britain (Polydor).

The last eight months have seen the siblings perform live in the USA, Canada, Britain and Australia with a string of showcases, support slots for the likes of Ellie Goulding, Haim and Chvrches.

In September they will support chart-topper Sam Smith on his North American tour, which will see them play legendary venues such as Hammerstein Ballroom (New York), The Greek Theatre (Los Angeles) and Ryman Auditorium (Nashville).

But before going to the States, Broods will return to New Zealand in late August to play headline shows in Auckland, Wellington and Christchurch.

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