“L.A.F” is the latest effort from BROODS, the much buzzed about duo from New Zealand. The quality of their singles continues to soar as they get ready to drop their debut album, Evergreen, October 7. A little more upbeat than the last single, “Mother & Father,” singer Georgia Nott explained to MTV news in the track’s premiere that the song addresses universal themes (i.e. hanging with friends) and yet is one of their more experimental songs. As for the acronym, the first two letters stand for “loose as.” I’ll let you figure out the last.
3 thoughts on “BROODS – L.A.F”
I LAF Broods! (See what I did there? Lol) smooth and soothing music right here
Hah! Agreed, it’s a solid pop song.