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19 Aug



New album produced by John Hill (Santogold, M.I.A.) follows-up The Sun And the Moon, featuring “Believe” one of the most played songs of 2008

(Aug. 19, 2009 New York, NY) Off the heels of a North American tour with punk rock mainstays Green Day, New York City’s The Bravery announced an ambitious headlining tour kicking off Friday, September 18th at the Hard Rock in Las Vegas, NV in support of their new release out November 10th . Lead single “Slow Poison” impacts Modern Rock Radio September 15th. The band will play shows in more than 30 cities across the country throughout the fall. The tour is in support of their much-anticipated third studio album, slated for November 10th release. Pre-Sale tickets go on sale today. General Public on sale starts this Saturday, August 22.

The band’s new album is produced by John Hill, whose credits include Santigold and M.I.A. This album follows 2007’s The Sun And The Moon, which featured the wildly successful smash hits “Time Won’t Let Me Go” and “Believe.” “Time Won’t Let Me Go,” soared into the top 10 on the alternative charts, while “Believe” reached #4 and ended 2008 as the #1 most played song for stations in Los Angeles, Boston, Seattle and San Francisco. It was the #8 Most Played Song of 2008 overall at Alternative Radio.

Prior to that, The Bravery saw impressive success with their self-titled debut on Island Records. The album featured standout singles “An Honest Mistake,” “Unconditional,” and “Fearless.” The album debuted #5 on the UK album charts and was certified Gold in the UK within the first week. The band has appeared on major late night television shows The Tonight Show with Jay Leno, The Late Show with David Letterman, Late Night with Conan O’Brien and Jimmy Kimmel Live!, as well as Later with Jools Holland in the UK. The Bravery have toured with such renowned musical powerhouses as U2, Depeche Mode, and Smashing Pumpkins.

For further information go to Sept. 18 Las Vegas, NV Hard Rock Hotel
19 Santa Barbara, CA West Beach Festival
20 Tempe, AZ Tempe Beach Park (Fall Frenzy)

Oct. 1 Denver, CO Ogden Theatre
3 Minneapolis, MN Fine Line
4 Chicago, IL Vic Theatre
5 Detroit, MI St. Andrews
6 Toronto, Ont. Opera House
8 New York, NY Terminal 5
9 Boston, MA House of Blues
10 Philadelphia, PA Theater of the Living Arts (TLA)
11 Washington, DC 9:30 Club
13 Norfolk, VA The Norva
14 Charlotte, NC Amos’ Southend
16 Ft. Lauderdale, FL The Culture Room
17 St. Petersburg, FL Jannus Landing
18 Lake Buena Vista, FL House of Blues
20 Atlanta, GA CW Center Stage
21 Baton Rouge, LA Varsity Theatre
23 Austin, TX Emos
24 Houston, TX Warehouse Live
25 Dallas, TX House of Blues
27 Aspen, CO Belly Up
28 Salt Lake City, UT Murray Theatre
30 San Bernardino, CA Stingers

Nov. 1 Anaheim, CA House of Blues
2 San Diego, CA House of Blues
3 Tucson, AZ Rialto Theatre
5 Los Angeles, CA The Wiltern
6 San Francisco, CA The Warfield
8 Portland, OR Roseland Ballroom
9 Seattle, WA Showbox at Market
11 Vancouver, B.C. Venue