Thursday, December 23, 2004

mp3 - The Bravery

Slang n.
1. Excessive publicity and the ensuing commotion
(The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, Fourth Edition)

NME calls The Bravery a killer stroke combination: "a perfect genetic splice of the Strokes and the Killers." Filter says that they "are ready to kick down the doors The Strokes built to join the ranks of contemporaries Franz Ferdinand and The Killers." They're one of Rolling Stone's 10 Artists to Watch.

Their Unconditional EP backs up the hype. Unconditional is a beautifully jacked up love song: "I just want love/I just want something/something for nothing." If Bach did synth pop, his 21st century Brandenburg would sound like Out of Line.

Listen to the EP at their website (launch music player).

Watch the video for Unconditional:
Windows Media

And of course I have an mp3 for you.

The Bravery - Out of Line (mp3)


HANS said...

i hate NME.

just sayin.

Canowine said...

Yeah, I really don't like any of them much, either, but you know...sources.