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Guess who’s back, back again?! No, Sound Buffet didn’t die; it was just on sabbatical. Now that I’ve got the whole law school thing down (Ha! Who am I kidding?), I’m going to make a concerted effort to blog more. I can’t promise that the content will be of-the-moment, but it will be more frequent.
The band to break the silence needs to be a damned good one, and BROODS fits the bill. I stumbled upon BROODS this past fall, and had every intention of posting a write-up of the band’s first single, the absolutely gorgeous “Bridges,” but unfortunately school got in the way. Luckily, the band – like Sound Buffet – is back in action. On BROODS’ second single, “Never Gonna Change,” singer Georgia Nott turns a bad breakup into a stunning, melancholic synth pop ballad. Georgia and her brother, Caleb, the other half of BROODS, hail from New Zealand. The siblings’ debut EP (produced by Joel Little, the mastermind behind Lorde’s smash hit, “Royals”) is set to drop next month, followed by a full-length LP in August.