LA trio BRÅVES slinked into existence in 2015, gaining some momentum if they were asked by maker Jack port Douglas to contribute a track to a documentary he was rating about the unlawful poaching of African elephants. BRÅVES, composed of multi-talented players/vocalists Johnny What and Australian twins Thorald and Jericho from the Solid wood, crafted “Crush” for the soundtrack, a blurry mixture of R&B harmonies and occupied electronic drum development. Immediately after, the group released many even more singles online, deciding on a demonstration that offered next to nothing in the form of information regarding the project beyond its music. BRÅVES offered themselves as anonymous, uncredited music artists with a minor online existence and required it even more by only posting dark, obscured photos of themselves covered in shadowy cloaks using their encounters hidden. Leaning upon this even more mysterious demonstration, BRÅVES’ music shifted toward even more spare plans and videos where in fact the bandmembers didn’t show up. A self-titled full-length premiered in early 2017.