The Bravery's song Belive was on the soundtrack Madden NFL 08.
Their second single released off of The Sun and the Moon is Believe.
Their album The Sun and the Moon debuted at number 24 on the U.S. Billboard 200 selling 22,000 copies in its first week.
The Bravery's song Time Won't Let Me Go entered Billboard's Modern Rock Tracks chart on March 31, 2007 at #40.
Their next single will be Time Won't Let Me Go and its off of their album The Sun and the Moon.
Their first song got radio airplay on the show Alter Ego.
Rolling Stone Magazine said that they were a band to watch.
The Village Voice said that The Bravery will be New York's Official Next Big Thing.
Their song An Honest Mistake was on the second season final of The OC.
Their song An Honest Mistake has reached number 12 on the US Modern Rock chart.
Their song Unconditional was on the soundtrack for Tony Hawk's American Wasteland.
This is The Bravery's discography:
The Sun and the Moon-2007
The Bravery played their first gig at the Stinger Club in Brooklyn, New York.
Their song An Honest Mistake was on the soundtrack for MVP Baseball 2005.
At one time The Bravery had a feud with The Killers. It was when Brandon Flowers said that The Bravery was riding on the coattails of The Killers success.
In 2007, the band will release their second album.
In June 2005, they played at the Glastonbury Festival.
The Bravery was influenced by the Buzzcocks, Daft Punk, The Rolling Stones, The Clash, and U2.
The band is with Island Records.
The Bravery is an alternative rock band.
Sam Endicott-"When I was about 12, I wanted a CD player for Christmas, but instead my parents gave me a really crappy electric guitar."
Sam Endicott-"We'll be touring in our van, and one guy's sleeping, one guy is watching porn and Mike's knitting."
Sam Endicott-"I think this is the beginning of a really cool period in music because what we've been living through has been mostly super-testosterone rock, and there's nothing wrong with testosterone but it is damn boring."
Sam Endicott-There's no one as electronic as us that's also as rock 'n' roll as us."
Sam Endicott-"We'd rather be a band that some people are going to passionately hate than be a ringtone band."