New Zealand sibling electro-pop duo, Broods will release their first album in three years when they drop 'Space Island' in February.
The group, who have toured with HAIM and Taylor Swift as well as playing Coachella, will also return to Australia with a four-date run in March visiting Perth, Brisbane, Sydney and Melbourne.
The pairing of Georgia and Caleb Nott, the first taste of Broods' 'Space Island' is the shimmery, space-age psychedelia of 'Heartbreak' – a song written from a deeply personal space.
"We wrote this from a place of determination," begins Georgia. "Determined to learn from the loss of my marriage and keep my heart open in its most tender state.
"When I say: 'Let your heart break', I'm whispering to myself to stay present with the grief and transmute it into empathy.
"It was a mantra for me when I first separated from my husband. One of our parents would reiterate to me daily at the beginning of my healing."
Broods teamed with Dr D Foothead who directed the 'Heartbreak' music video. Georgia says of the clip: "In the second chapter we step away from denial and into the darker corners of our 'Heartbreak'.
"Where the things that hurt the most become a guide back to ourselves. They become the teachers that help us empathise with ourselves, and through that, connects us to a deeper kindness for others.
"To let your heartbreak is not just a fearless and freeing thing to do, but a selfless act of love as well."
'Space Island' is due for release 18 February. Pre-order it.
General tickets to Broods Australian tour go on sale from 11am (EDT) 16 November. More information.
Broods 2022 Tour Dates
Fri 4 Mar - Factory Summer Festival (Perth)Wed 23 Mar - The Triffid (Brisbane)Fri 25 Mar - Metro Theatre (Sydney)Thu 31 Mar - 170 Russell (Melbourne)