Broods has been taking the indie alternative pop scene by storm since their single Bridges took off in 2014. Fast forward to 2019 and Broods is on yet another tour, in support of their new album, Don’t Feed The Pop Monster. Their fifth stop on this tour was in Seattle, WA at Neptune Theatre. Bad Sounds, a duo from a small town in England, opened for Broods. Bad Sounds never went on a huge tour before this one, but you couldn’t tell when watching them perform. Bad Sounds had an extremely bold stage presence that is memorable and noteworthy. Broods put on an electric performance in Seattle with an incredible band and vibrant strobe lights. The sibling duo came out in eccentric outfits; Georgia in a crop top and a white suit, and Caleb in a shiny gold, north face jumpsuit. They included crowd favorites’ on the setlist like Too Proud, Bridges, Everything Goes, and Peach. Broods knows how to make their electric sound transfer to their live shows flawlessly with incredible instrumentation and energy. Georgia’s vocals were even better live, which is always a plus when you see an artist live. Throughout the show Caleb and Georgia interacted with the crowd, letting them know how thankful they were for all of their fans and how much fun they have been having on the tour. If Broods is coming through your city on this tour, make sure you don’t miss them!