The Bravery preview new material in New York

They warm-up for NME’s SXSW party

The Bravery preview new material in New York
The Bravery previewed new material from their second album ‘The Sun and the Moon’ at Bowery Ballroom tonight (March 12).

Opening with ‘Fearless’, the band performed a 17 –song set for their hometown audience who packed the intimate venue to capacity.

Fresh from a performance in Dubai, the show was their first major performance of the new material in New York, although they previously previewed some songs at a private gig at Webster Hall late last year.

The Bravery headline NME’s South By Southwest party at Stubb’s this Wednesday (March 14). Other acts on the bill include Lily Allen, Razorlight, Jamie T and The Automatic.

They played:

‘Outta Line’
‘Public Service Announcement’
‘Swollen Summer’
‘This Is Not the End’
‘Time Won’t Let Me Go’
‘An Honest Mistake’
‘Every Word From Your Mouth Is A Knife in My Ear’
‘Give In’
‘Bad Sun’
‘Above & Below’
‘Split Me Wide Open’
‘No Brakes’

--By our New York staff.
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