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Broods Debut Their Gloomily Romantic “Bridges” Video: Watch

a165eb748c707e049e9469c3341eac65 Broods Debut Their Gloomily Romantic “Bridges” Video: Watch

Broods like to keep us guessing. The New Zealand brother and sister broke big in late 2013 with antipodean hit “Bridges” — so big, in fact, that they were signed by Capitol Records in the US. Caleb and Georgia have gone from strength-to-strength ever since — releasing a sublime debut EP and video for stunning single “Never Gonna Change”.

The Auckland-based siblings now take it back to where it all began by unveiling a new video for “Bridges”. Produced by Joel Little (the man behind Lorde‘s Pure Heroine), the gloomily beautiful electro-ballad gets a suitably cool video relaying a tale of unrequited love among the depressing confines of a dilapidated housing development. Watch up top.

Will this song break Broods in the US? Have your say in the comments below.

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