Song of the Week: “Four Walls” by Broods

Alright, Trendom! We’re kicking off a new song of the week series for you. Instead of focusing on brand new songs, we’re going to focus on a wide variety of different songs, throughout the years. We’ll be shining a spotlight on some of the songs that have shaped us, and the world, from the past to the present.

This week’s song choice is titled “Four Walls” by Broods.


Broods is an amazing due consisting of siblings Georgia Nott and Caleb Nott from Nelson, New Zealand. Their sound is a mix of Indie pop and electronic pop, and if you haven’t yet heard of them, it’s time that you start listening.

“Four Walls” is a single from their full-length album Evergreen which was released back in August of 2014. “Four Walls” is honestly the song that made me fall in love with this amazing duo.

When I listen to this song, I imagine a girl letting herself fall in love with a guy after she had gone through some pretty heavy stuff. The guy is there with her through everything, and both of them realize that they found love within the four walls of their hearts. “I wanna make you feel how I feel when I’m listening to love songs,” to me, is probably one of the most powerful lines in the song. We’ve all gone through a feeling of wanting to be with someone, and trying to show them how perfect we are for them. With Georgia’s heavenly voice and Caleb’s heartfelt sound, it’s not hard to fall in love with this song.

Here’s an acoustic version of “Four Walls:”

Broods has an EP titled Broods and their full length album Evergreen, which can be both purchased on iTunes. With their amazing diverse sound and relatable lyrics, I promise that Broods is going to leave you wanting more.

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Recent college graduate with a degree in theatre. I’m crazy about One Direction and Zayn Malik, and so in love with Ed Sheeran and Taylor Swift. When I’m not fangirling, I like shopping, coffee and pretending I’m a princess in disguise. 

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