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To put it in cinematic terms; it's like Charlie Conway's triple deke in the Mighty Ducks, or Peter Banning's food fight in Hook, or even the last moments of The Breakfast Club when "Don't You Forget About Me" fades into the mix.
The first notes of a We Are Bravest show can ignite almost as much joy and happiness as these multi-million dollar Hollywood moments.
Although the buzzing and tuning coming through the door at their first practice left much to be desired, just a few years on the scene has proven that these boys are not to be easily forgotten.
Hours upon hours of hard work and promoting rewarded We Are Bravest with dozens of shows in 2008 and 2009. Spanning much of southern Ontario, their performances have earned the band an ever-expanding fanbase stretching across continents.
It seems 2009 shows no signs of slowing down for this group of six. With a full-length album being produced by Jordan Valeriote of Sundown Studios, We Are Bravest is poised to go further than any of them could have ever imagined.
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