With Lorde being New Zealand’s global pop phenomenon that she is, it could be easily seen that brother and sister Caleb and Georgia Nott of the electronic led duo Broods are living under Lorde’s huge shadow just a tiny bit.

Thankfully though, the duo’s own adept song building skills are the measure of their creditability and in turn the main focus that has instigated their profile to soar, right from the introduction piece of “Bridges” and it’s subsequent formal release as part of the recent self-titled “Broods” EP.

Now working towards the debut album alongside the production guidance of Lorde’s “Pure Heroine” right-hand production partner Joel Little, the emerging duo showcase new single material in the brooding pop gorgeous piece “Mother & Father”.

It shines with opulence and flowers out with emotively heartfelt nuances stemming both from Georgia’s smokily delivered vocals and the underpinning lush bed of synths.

And one that leads the imagination to the fictiously comparable make-believe musical coupling of London Grammar’s Hannah Reid teaming up with the emerging Scottish synth pop band of Prides banging out their track “Out Of The Blue” as it’s backbone. In all seriousness the results could well echo in some accuracy actually.

Smokey, heartfelt teamed with the overall synth gorgeousness of “Mother & Father” truly win the day.