LA-based indie pop trio BRÅVES have premiered their new single “Big Fish,” featured on their debut self-titled EP – available now. Acid Stag refers to the song as “feverish indie/electro-pop.” The group is coming off unprecedented success from their recent NSFW “Dust” official video, which racked up over 2 million views in roughly one week. Sources like Huffinton Post, Perez Hilton, and Hollywood Life raved about the video, while the track also climbed the Hype Machine charts at blogs like The 405, Redefine Magazine, and Music is My Life. Previously in 2015, BRÅVES performed at the EMAs alongside Gwyneth Paltrow, Don Henley, and Kristin Davis in recognition for their work on illegal ivory poaching, as well as releasing several singles promoting animals’ rights awareness.
The new single “Big Fish” is also featured in Hallenstein Brothers' (largest clothing brand in New Zealand) yearly campaign, which includes a 30 second TV commercial featuring fashion model/actor/dancer Shaun Ross and a 60-second behind the scenes video. In conjunction with the commercial, the new EP will also be sold in stores throughout New Zealand. Links to view the commercials can be found below.