Kiwi pop duo Broods has reconsidered their decision to perform in Christchurch on Friday, deciding instead to postpone their show out of respect.
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Georgia and Caleb Nott were due to play at the Christchurch Town Hall as part of their Don't Feed The Pop Monster tour, which will see them travel to the US later this month.
A press release late last week confirmed the show would still go ahead following the terror attacks at two Christchurch mosques that left 50 dead.
Now, however, it appears the Nelson-born brother and sister outfit have had a change of heart.
"Christchurch. We are still in shock and heartbroken from the tragic events of last week," they wrote on their Facebook page.
"We are due to perform in your city this Friday, we want to show love and respect to all those affected by the tragedy so after careful consideration, we will be postponing our show for the time being.
"We are sending our love and thoughts to you all. Love Caleb and Georgia."
The show has now been rescheduled to take place at the same venue on May 14.
Broods are also on the bill for this weekend's Homegrown festival in Wellington, which at this stage will go ahead as planned.