Broods discuss how Caleb had to drop out of university to work on their music career.
With the release of their debut studio album, 'Evergreen' in August, Broods have discussed how Caleb, one of the two members found himself dropping out of university to work on their music career. "I got through a year," he explained, "and then I had to drop out." It turns out that this success was always destined for the siblings, however, as music has been a big part of their lives from a young age. "We grew up in a ridiculously musical household," said Georgia, "There was more guitars than people."
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In a recent interview, Broods discussed their rise to prominence, with Caleb explaining the first time he ever performed to his parents. "I would've been about three years old when I got my first ukulele. I used to get the toilet role holder from the bathroom and lean it back like a microphone and stand there and play for mum and dad."
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