Listen: ‘Catch Me’ by BRÅVES

We’re big fans of BRÅVES and the band have released the next track from their self titled debut album called Catch Me.

“Usually being turned on to a new artist is daunting. You want to love them at first listen, and sometimes it lets you down. Other times, you find a gem that makes you grateful for the circles of musically addicted patrons that surround you. One of the newest additions to my library from a friend is BRÅVES.” – Earmilk

Artistic pop visionaries BRÅVES have released the music video for their latest track “Catch Me” TODAY via Galore. Click HERE to watch, we encourage you to share! The band consists of the writer, producer team Jericho, Thorald of the Wood and Johnny What. What also directed the video which stars actor Matthew Lillard and disability rights activist Dr. Victor S. Pineda. Visually, it pushes the boundaries of social mores in an impactful way once again creating a thought provoking visual element to complement a compelling single.

“Catch Me” is featured on the mysterious musician’s recently released self titled album, which debuted in February via Rostrum Records.

Known for raising awareness through their music, BRÅVES utilizes what is at their disposal to create art. As the trio works to create complete artistic pieces, BRÅVES has previously teamed up with numerous organizations to raise funds and awareness for various causes. This includes the video for their track “Lovely Bones,” which premiered on Huffington Post and raises awareness and funds to stop child sex trafficking.

The video for their track “Me the Thief” debuted on Vogue Italia and has been added to the New Music Friday, Indie Pop! and Hiptronix playlists on Spotify. They debuted their impassioned track “A Toast” on W, which also saw inclusion on Spotify’s New Music Friday and Weekly Buzz playlists. Additionally, their music video, “Dust,” went viral and racked up over 2 million views in under a week and has been nominated for a Berlin Music Video Award and was accepted into the Jackson Hole Wildlife Film Festival.