Bros stars Matt and Luke Goss lie on hot rocks in the desert to ‘bring them closer’ to their dead mum


BROS star Matt Goss has revealed he and brother Luke meet in the middle of the Nevada desert and lie on scorching hot rocks in the hope it brings them closer to their deceased mum.

The Eighties icons, both 50, who have made a comeback on the back of a cult documentary about their lives, head to boulders outside Las Vegas where they say “they feel one with Mother Earth”.

Matt’s revelation is further proof the once-estranged brothers are healing their rift.
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Singer Matt, 50, told how they lie on the “angel rocks” and think about their mum Carol who died five years ago from cancer.

He said: “Depending what mood I’m in I take a certain vehicle – either luxury or vintage. You can just pull over, switch off the engine and look at the mountains.

“It’s a place where I can depressurise, centre myself and think about the people I love.

“Me and my brother Luke call the rocks here “angel rocks”. We go and lie back on them, let the heat penetrate and think of our mum. You’re at one with Mother Earth here.”

Carol lost her battle to cancer five years ago – seen here with son Matt in 2013
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Matt, who lives in Las Vegas where he has a residency at hotel, heads into the desert meets drummer-turned-film actor twin Luke – based in LA.

Matt’s revelation is further proof the once-estranged brothers are healing their rift.

It comes after it was revealed the pair, whose hits include When Will I be Famous, have been secretly recording new material for their comeback later this year.

Friends of Matt and Luke – originally from Lewisham, south east London, have been laying down tracks at the Palms Casino studio to revive their careers after doco After the Screaming Stops created headlines.

The source said: “2019 is the year of the Bros full scale comeback – not just old tunes, but new music and a planned tour.

“Luke and Matt have really put their differences behind them and are now in tune with each other musically and see big things happening.”

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