Broods, the brother-sister pop sibling duo of Caleb & Georgia Nott, have shared a new remix for “Too Proud” from alternative L.A.-based trio Sir Sly (Neon Gold/Atlantic Records). Sir Sly puts their signature minimally electronic touch on the song and lead singer Landon Jacobs adds an introspective new verse to the song, singing “I had to hit bottom to get to the bottom of this whole mess.”
The original version of “Too Proud” is from the band’s latest album, Don’t Feed The Pop Monster, released earlier this year. “Too Proud” is a standout track from the new album that address the stigma of mental health, especially among men, straight on and is the first Broods track to feature Caleb on lead vocals. Following album release, Complexpraised Broods for delivering “something both personal and authentic.” Broods also shared the poignant video for “Too Proud” and appeared on The Late Late Show with James Corden to perform the new single.
“Sharing “Too Proud” with the world was a bit scary to me at first since it’s so personal and because it’s about a really hard time I went through, where I didn’t realize how down I’d been until I came out of it. I’m so glad that we did share it because hearing how so many people have been impacted by the song and relate to it makes it all worth it. And now, having Sir Sly be a part of the song makes it even more special,” says Broods’ Caleb Nott.
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