Someone's not playing this new era, and that's Broods!
The New Zealand indie-electropop duo, made of siblings Georgia and Caleb Nott, are back with new music for their fans. Broods will be releasing tomorrow, April 1st, 2016, the song "Free" on iTunes, which is the official lead single from their forthcoming yet-untitled second studio album that is due in stores later this year via Capitol Records. "Free" is an aggressive song, featuring a new flawless and exquisite indie-electropop production from Broods, where vocalist Georgia Nott sings about not caring to lose it all if that makes her free. The new Broods single also show how much Georgia's grown vocally. My goodness! She is on FIRE.
Today, March 31st, just one day before the digital release of "Free", Broods premiered the music video on VEVO. Watch below:
Directed by Jessie Hill, the visual shows Georgia Nott proving she can be a sexual icon too. Where did sweet and innocent Georgia go? She's really serving major sensuality in this video! She is not playing! Caleb better watch out because I think Georgia is going to want to go solo soon. She's got the "image" now. Total package!
Besides feeling sexy to the camera, the "Free" video also sees poor Georgia being the test subject of some virtual reality gear two evil guys (her brother Caleb being one of the bad guys) are developing.
What do you think of the video?
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