Critically acclaimed indie-pop duo Broods, comprised of siblings Georgia and Caleb Nott, will release their highly anticipated third album titled, Don’t Feed The Pop Monster on February 1 via Neon Gold/Atlantic Records. The announcement comes in tandem with the release of Everything Goes (Wow), the second song Broods have shared from their forthcoming album.
We wrote “Everything Goes (Wow)” in a tree house in Nicaragua,” Georgia shares, “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.
Broods returned this summer with Peach, their first single from Don’t Feed The Pop Monster which has amassed over 10 million streams on Spotify alone. The official music video for Peach had Harper’s BAZAAR proclaiming, “If this is a mere glimpse at Broods' next chapter, we can't wait to see what's next.”
Fresh off supporting Taylor Swift on the Australian/New Zealand leg of the Reputation Stadium World Tour, Broods will return to Late Night with Seth Meyers on Monday (Nov. 19) for the televised US debut performance of Peach.
Don’t Feed The Pop Monster is the band’s follow up to their sophomore record, Conscious, which they released in June 2016 and saw lead single Free hit the Top 10 on Spotify’s US Viral Chart. Broods had their breakthrough with the 2014 single Bridges from their full-length debut Evergreen.
Broods have played leading festivals like Coachella, Lollapalooza and Outside Lands and shared stages with artists like Ellie Goulding, Haim, Sam Smith, and CHVRCHES over the past few years.