The Brevet To Release New EP Next Month

Courtesy: The Brevet

Courtesy: The Brevet

The Brevet has new music on the way.

The independent, Irvine, California-based band has announced that it will release its new album Embers: Ch. 2 early next month.  It is scheduled to be released Friday, August 5thPre-orders have already opened for the new five-song record.  Those that pre-order the EP now will get ‘Be Your Man’ and ‘Hold On’ as instant downloads.  In anticipation of the record’s release the band recently premiered the video for the record’s lead singe ‘Be Your Man.’ In regards to the song’s musical arrangement, it is akin to that of Mumford & Sons, The Dunwells, Delta Rae, and others of that ilk.  It mixes footage of the band’s live show with more candid footage of the band offstage and footage of the band’s fans.  As Front man Aric Chase Damm explains of the video, “All of ‘Be Your Man’ video was either shot by us or by fans during our most recent run of the east coast.  “It’s really cool to have these clips of the song come in. Hopefully it says we have some great people and fans in our life!”  The video is currently streaming online via The Brevet’s official YouTube channel.

Along with releasing its new video the band has also announced a small handful of live dates in support of its new EP.  It will be live this Friday at Slidebar in Fullerton, California.  On August 13th the band will be live at Musikfest in Bethlehem, PA.  That performance will be followed by a live set at Goosenecks in Torrey, Utah on August 20th.  More dates are expected to be announced soon.  Audiences can keep up with all of those updates online along with all of the band’s latest news and more at:










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