Neon Lights 2015 Welcomes Synth-Pop Duo, Broods

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Neon Lights 2015 adds synth-pop sibling duo, BROODS to Sunday's music line-up.

Neon Lights 2015 adds synth-pop sibling duo, BROODS to Sunday’s music line-up. Credits: bandt-au.

Owning the bragging rights for supporting Ellie Goulding and Sam Smith in their tour, Kiwi synth-pop sibling duo, Broods have been making waves with their electronica tunes since 2013. This year, they will be stopping by Singapore for the inaugural Neon Lights 2015, lighting up festival with tracks from their full-length album, Evergreen on Sunday.

Broods Never Gonna Change Music Video:


Made up of Caleb and Georgia Nott, the brother-sister-duo is no stranger to music. Not only have they been performing from a young age in their parents’ ABBA tribute band, but have also won “Richmond’s Got Talent” in their teenage years. They continued their pursuit of music in a indie rock band, The Peasants, which disbanded shortly after winning a grant from NZ On Air. Broods started their domination in early 2013, through a collaboration with music producer Joel Little who helped produced Lorde’s 2013 hit, Royals.

They followed their debut with successful appearances in the U.S., U.K. and even made their silver screen debut on Late Night with Seth Meyers in July 2014. They had people clamoring for more, and eventually released their first album, Evergreen. Needless to say, people loved it. Proof? It debuted at No. 1 on the New Zealand album chart; was nominated as Single of the Year and People’s Choice Award; and won Breakthrough Artist of the Year at the 2014 New Zealand Music Awards.

2015 marked the biggest year for them, with a headline tour in North America, appearing on Conan, Lollapalooza and several other music festivals. And, now, they will be in Singapore for the first time ever!

Check out what other events are happening at Neon Lights 2015 here. Those interested can purchase the tickets at,, SISTIC ticketing hotline +65 6348 5555, and starting from S$25/day for Children (2-11) to S$240 for the entire weekend for Adults (18+).

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