Emerging alt-pop trio BRÅVES have unveiled yet another captivating live visual – this time for their current single “Catch Me,” filmed live at The Vortex Dome in LA.

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Release Live Video for Single “Catch Me” with Visuals by Digital Artist Beeple

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Debut Album Out Now via Rostrum Records

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“Lures with polish, belying a darkness and depth of spirit beneath deft technical execution.” – Pigeons & Planes

“Meditative visual” – Nowness

“If the ‘B’ in R&B stood for “breath.” If someone Weird Science’d a male FKA twigs counterpart. If James Blake were an anonymous L.A. trio.” – Idolator


“There is no doubt that BRÅVES is capable of luring you in” – Office Magazine
 
“The visual component of their music is still tantamount” – W Magazine

“BRÅVES isn’t your ordinary band” – Huffington Post

 

Emerging alt-pop trio BRÅVES have unveiled yet another captivating live visual – this time for their current single “Catch Me,” filmed live at The Vortex Dome in LA. PRESS HERE to watch their breathtaking performance via Northern Transmissions. In the video, the enigmatic trio is backed by kaleidoscopic visuals created using digital multimedia artist Beeple (Flying Lotus, Skrillex, Imagine Dragons)’s Cinema 4D open source project and showcase their unique stage presence and costumes, complete with custom wardrobes and headdresses. Next up, BRÅVES will be performing in Los Angeles on October 28th for a private showcase at No Name.
PRESS HERE to watch the official video for “Catch Me,” directed by BRÅVES‘own Johnny What. Previously, BRÅVES released the music video for single “A Toast” starring actress Stephanie Beatriz (Brooklyn Nine-Nine, Modern Family), followed by a live visual, also filmed at the Vortex Dome. PRESS HERE to watch the live video via Office Magazine.
BRÅVES, comprised of American producer Johnny What and Australian vocalist brothers Jericho and Thorald, weave an engaging creative vision through their avant-garde alt-pop sound, surreal visuals and mysterious artist personas. They released their self-titled debut album via Rostrum Records this year, gaining critical praise and amassing millions of streams across digital streaming partners.

PRESS HERE to listen to BRÅVES on Spotify.

(photo credit: Kate McCallum/The Vortex Dome)

 

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