Indie-pop duo Broods returned to Late Night with Seth Meyers Monday evening (Nov. 19), serving up a cheerful efficiency of their bubbly new tune "Peach."
Rocking a light-pink swimsuit and matching pink make-up, vocalist Georgia Nott confirmed her charisma and energetically danced as she moved across the flashy stage. With her velvety vocal supply, she chanted the optimistic lyrics, "Hot and chilly, younger and outdated/ All the extra I do know, the much less I really feel/ I'm excessive and I'm low, no management/ But every thing's wanting peach."
With the complete band -- together with Nott's brother and musical associate, Caleb, on keys and guitar -- including to the tune's smoothness, the electro-pop tune supplied an otherworldly, synth-filled beat whereas Nott emphasised its grooviness along with her high-pitched vocals.
"Peach" is the lead single from Broods' forthcoming third album Don't Feed The Pop Monster, which is due Feb. 1. The sibling pair simply launched a second observe from the LP, the echoing "Everything Goes (Wow)," on Nov. 16.
Broods' efficiency of "Peach" marked the tune's TV debut. Check it out under.