Wednesday, November 20, 2013

Watch We Are the Brave's Transfixing "Sparrow" Video

Watch We Are The Brave’s  “Sparrow’ Video

Noctua EP Out Now

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“we wouldn't be surprised to find them gaining a foothold right here in the U.S. very, very soon.”- MTV Buzzworthy

We Are the Brave have just released the video for “Sparrow”, the lead single from their debut EP Noctua, out now. The video was filmed in an Australian strip club and puts an unexpected and beautiful modern dance twist on pole-dancing that underscores the anthemic single’s entrancing sound and Thelma and Louise style imagery. The video was produced by celebrated digital studio Made in Katana and was directed by wildly imaginative young director James Chappell who previously worked with The Adventures of Priscilla, Queen of the Desert director Stephan Elliott. Watch the video here please post and share.
We Are the Brave were formed in Sydney when singer-songwriter Jess Chalker began to collaborate with underground hip-hop producer Ox Why. The pair of multi-instrumentalists found common ground in adventurous 80s pop, 90s sci-fi, vintage synthesizers, and Australian rock and were inspired to create a contemporary sound that also re-imagines their influences. Since the release of the Noctua EP, Jess has travelled to New York and Los Angeles to introduce the band to the creative communities and industry. She then crisscrossed the globe with stops in Marrakesh, Fes, Petra, Hebron, East Jerusalem, Paris, and London where she has been getting inspiration for the next release and writing with bandmate Ox Why remotely.
We Are the Brave’s debut single “All Good Things Must Come” instantly received radio play across Australia. The band was soon championed by domestic and international blogs, which compared the haunting beauty of their sound to Bat for Lashes married to the classic songwriting of Bruce Springsteen. On Noctua, We Are the Brave exceed the expectations of the single with a transfixing collection of songs that you won’t soon forget.
The Noctua EP is available now on iTunes

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