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CONCERT REVIEW: Broods – Boston, MA

Broods took the stage for a sold-out show at the Paradise Rock Club in Boston and fans seemed to love every second of it.

The music duo, consisting of sibling Georgia Josiena Nott on lead vocals and Caleb Allan Joseph Nott on several instruments as well as background vocals, started their setlist off strong with “Sucker” and continued to transition from song to song effortlessly afterwards.

Fans of Broods were completely in-sync with the duo as if they felt every lyric and message behind each song they performed. The fan to artist connection was undeniable and the energy levels from each party matched almost perfectly.

There was an aesthetic to their performance that the majority of the audience appeared to be quite comfortable and familiar with. The lighting changed from song to song and matched each track’s mood which resonated with those in attendance as well.

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Broods had the ideal balance of high energy and more low-key songs on their setlist. They made sure to include their biggest hits like “Peach” and “Bridges” as well as newer songs such as “Hospitalized.” The show gave fans the opportunity to both dance and feel the music that was being performed right in front of them.

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The performance concluded with an encore consisting of their song “Couldn’t Believe” and of course a thank you to their fans in Boston.

Be sure to see Broods on tour at a location near you and check out tickets here.

Written by Alessandra

Alessandra is a music journalist from New York who loves to speak and write about music of all different genres. She has interviewed artists such as Alesso, Surf Mesa, and Neon Trees.