New Zealand musical duo are looking forward to their appearance at Party in the Paddock.
For the past eight years, brother-sister duo Georgina and Caleb Nott having been making music together as Broods.
"We've been making music together and separately our entire lives so the musical evolution has been ongoing over 20 years or so," they said.
"As far as Broods goes, we've definitely felt like we're evolving as writers, performers, producers and artists as our personal music tastes change. "
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The band are behind songs such as Peach, Bridges and Heartlines.
Broods began when the pair were still in their teens and say it's been natural that between then and now being in their mid-20's, they want to experiment more pushing themselves creatively and taking their fans to new places.
It's the first time the pair have performed in Tasmania and say getting to perform in-front of a big Tasmanian audience alongside a bunch of artists they're loving right now was far too appealing a proposition to pass up.
"Plus the more time we can spend in the Australasian summer the better," they said.
The band has toured with Taylor Swift and Sam Smith, but say their approach to performing changes from festivals to headline tours.
"Usually festival sets are a bit shorter that a headline set, and you come to learn which songs work best in a festival environment verses the intimacy of a theatre. So we put all the songs that really go-off in the headline shows into the festival sets to maximize everyones' good time," they said.
"Performing live is truly the reward that comes after all the other things we have to do in our careers to get our music heard. It's the part we look forward to the most."
They grew up in a relatively small town in the country's south, and said having success in their home county was an incredible blessing.
"Then to have the opportunity to take our music to Australia and have it received in such an overwhelmingly positive way is something we are always blown away by and grateful for," they said.
"We're so damn lucky to be able to spend so much time in Australia and we're never not blown away by the enthusiasm of the audiences at the Aussie shows."
The duo say they are "heavily in the middle" of songwriting, making for a lot of long days in the studio and are looking forward to breaking it up with some live shows.
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