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Broods announce Australian tour

With their third album ready for release, Broods have announced they'll return to Australia in May for a run of shows to celebrate.

New Zealand-bred, LA-based duo Broods will return to Australia this May in celebration of their new album, Don’t Feed The Pop Monster.

The album is set for release on Friday 1 February, and will feature their latest single Hospitalized, as well as previous singles Peach and Everything Goes (Wow).

After exploring separate solo projects throughout 2018, Broods frontwoman, Georgia Nott says that the album sees the brother/sister duo returning to their roots and embracing their purest instincts after years of navigating the pop landscape. “[We wanted to] make songs that were true to us, without hiding behind any kind of facade.

“Instead of overthinking everything like, ‘Is that too weird?’ or ‘Does this make enough sense?’ we made a point of completely trusting in ourselves and trusting in each other,” she says.

Alongside her brother Caleb, Broods had their breakthrough in 2014 thanks to single Bridges. The track featured on their Joel Little-produced debut album Evergreen, which debuted at #1 on the New Zealand album chart and #5 here in Australia. The accolades just keep on coming, with new album single Peach coming in at #19 in triple j’s Hottest 100 – making 2018 their fourth feature in the annual Australian music poll and their first time cracking the top 20.

On their new album, Don’t Feed The Pop Monster, they’ve reunited with Little to create a record that they’re describing as ethereal and euphoric.

As an extra treat on this tour, Broods will be joined by special guests, LA two-piece Moby Rich.

Onsale info:

Live Nation Presale: Friday 1 February 2 @ 9am until Monday 4 February @ 7am (local time)

My Ticketmaster Presale: Friday 1 February 2 @ 9am until Monday 4 February @ 7am (local time)

General Public onsale: Monday 4 February @ 9am (local time)

Broods will perform at The Forum, Melbourne on Tuesday 21 May, TheBarton Theatre, Adelaide on Wednesday 22 May, and Eatons Hill Hotel, Brisbane on Thursday 30 May. Tickets will be available via


Don't Feed The Pop Monster Tour

  • The Forum, Melbourne
  • TheBarton Theatre, Adelaide
  • Eatons Hill Hotel, Brisbane

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