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BROODS DROP NEW TRACK + ANNOUNCE AUSTRALIA AND NEW ZEALAND TOUR

Their fourth studio album, Space Island, is set to land next February!

Image: Sam Kristofski


New Zealand sibling duo BROODS have given fans another glimpse into their fourth studio album, Space Island, with the release of Heartbreak. The track arrives alongside the announcement of the duos 2022 Australia and New Zealand tour.


Heartbreak continues to introduce us to the thrilling sonic realm of Space Island, bringing more spatial and atmospheric production as front woman Georgia Nott's bewitching vocals float above. The release arrives alongside an official animated visual, directed by Dr D Foothead and produced by local producer Alex McCrossin.




Speaking of the track, front woman Georgia Nott shares: “We wrote this from a place of determination. 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,”


Kicking off in Wellington on February 6, the run of shows will continue onto Christchurch, with an additional performance at Auckland Arts Festival, with their Australian dates including a set at Factory Summer Festival in Perth, as well as headline shows in Brisbane, Sydney and Melbourne. Tickets to the tour are on sale next Tuesday


Space Island is out February 18! Watch the visual for Heartbreak below.


SPACE ISLAND AUSTRALIA & NEW ZEALAND TOUR 2022

GENERAL PUBLIC TICKETS ON SALE TUESDAY NOV 16 at 11am (AEDT)

TICKET INFO HERE


Saturday Feb 26 – Wellington, NZ – Lacuna

Friday March 4 – Perth, Australia – Factory Summer Festival

Friday March 11 – Christchurch, NZ – Town Hall

Saturday March 12 – Auckland, NZ – Auckland Arts Festival

Wednesday March 23 – Brisbane, Australia – Triffid

Friday March 25 – Sydney, Australia – Metro

Thursday March 31 – Melbourne, Australia – 170 Russell