The Bravery to play ‘secret shows’

Band hit the comeback trail with short tour

The Bravery have confirmed a short US tour starting next week, taking in three tiny east coast venues.

Having just completed their second album ‘The Sun And The Moon’, the band are playing the warm-up shows to preview their new material to smaller crowds before taking the tour to South America the following week.

Posting a message on the band’s official website, singer Sam Endicott said: “Five months of no shows has been brutal, and we can’t wait to get back to what we love best.”

The band will return to the US to play several ‘private’ shows at the end of the month, with limited tickets available to the public.

The dates are:

Cambridge TT the Bears (November 13)

Providence Century Lounge (14)

Baltimore Ottobar (15)

Buenos Aires Personal Fest (18)

Santiago Urban Festival (19)

Rio De Janeiro Circo Voador (24)

Sao Paolo Skol Nokia Trends (25)

New York Webster Hall (29)

Philadelphia The Trocadero (30)

Raleigh Lincoln Theater (December 2)

Charleston Music Farm (4)

Atlanta Roxy (5)

Orlando Firestone (6)

As previously reported on NME.COM, ‘The Sun And The Moon’ is due for release in the spring.

–By our New York staff.

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