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Balu Brigada

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Born into a creative home, their Dad a dancer and mother an actress/musician, they each dipped their toes in acting during school, before fully immersing themselves in their love for music. A truly homegrown talent, they started making music together young, when a 12-year-old Henry capitalized on his older brother status by appointing himself lead guitarist and forcing Pierre to learn bass - officially forming Balu Brigada when Pierre was old enough to almost pass as 18 and play in bars.

They have spent the past few years fine tuning their skills in every aspect of their output. This increased tenfold during COVID and New Zealand’s strict lockdowns. “The pandemic forced us to focus on doing production entirely ourselves,” they say, noting the freedom this enabled. “It’s allowed us to experiment more and pursue more ambitious ideas.” The result is a cohesive set of tracks that are distinctly them - “a little dirtier,” they say, “but in a good way.”

Band Members:
Henry Beasley (guitar, vocals)
Pierre Beasley (keyboards, vocals)

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  • Outside Of NZ


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