The Bravery and The Killers bury the hatchet

Brandon Flowers calls to apologise

The Bravery and The Killers bury the hatchet
The Bravery have buried the hatchet with The Killers following a recent apology from singer Brandon Flowers.

The band, who are set to release their second LP ‘The Sun And The Moon’ in 2007, were subject to a series of taunts from Flowers last year – but it now appears though the bands have made up.

Endicott told NME.COM: “He (Flowers) called me out of the blue and apologised. I was in an airport and I didn’t believe that it was him for like, ten minutes. He said ‘I’m really sorry, I’m a jealous person, and I was jerk. I’m sorry.’ And I respect him for it you know, It's a hard thing to do, to apologise like that.”

The Bravery are set to resume their live shows with a South American tour starting next month. They’re also planning a select number of secret shows in the US.

“On our next tour, we’re going to be doing smaller shows, multiple nights in smaller venues because that’s what it’s about, playing a rock & roll show and having a good time, and the crowd and all that," said the singer. "It’s not about all the other extraneous bullshit. Now I’m just a much happier person and I enjoy the whole thing a lot more.”

--Filed in New York.
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