Sam Endicott and his New York City band The Bravery are set to hit the stage live at Spike TV’s 7th Annual Video Game Awards.
The Bravery will be giving gamers worldwide a dose of their post-punk revival chops by performing their brand new single “Slow Poison.”
Here’s some info about the band:
After touring with Green Day all summer, The Bravery released their third album Stir The Blood last week. The album was produced by John Hill, whose credits include Santigold and M.I.A.
Bravery lead singer Sam Endicott has also recently proven himself in the pop music arena by penning the title track off Shakira’s new album, the disco-infused single “She Wolf.”
Check out The Bravery's video for "Slow Poison" to get you ready for their performance this Saturday:
Source: Island Records/Universal Music Group