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The Brevet

The Brevet Tour Dates and Upcoming Concerts

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On tour Yes
Followers 8,801
Category Rock, Alternative, Folk Rock, American Rock
Concerts
Apr
24
Parish
Austin
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Apr
25
Sons Of Hermann Hall
Dallas
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Apr
27
The Social
Orlando
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Apr
28
The EARL
Atlanta
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Apr
29
Eastside Bowl
Nashville
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May
01
Ottobar
Baltimore
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May
02
Music Hall of Williamsburg
Brooklyn
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May
03
Brighton Music Hall
Allston
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May
04
Underground Arts
Philadelphia
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May
06
Mahall's
Lakewood
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May
07
Magic Stick
Detroit
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May
08
Bottom Lounge
Chicago
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May
09
Off Broadway
St. Louis
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May
11
Bluebird Theater
Denver
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May
12
The Commonwealth Room
South Salt Lake
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May
14
Neumos
Seattle
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May
15
Mississippi Studios
Portland
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May
17
Bottom Of the Hill
San Francisco
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May
18
The Roxy Theatre
Los Angeles
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May
19
Observatory
Santa Ana
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About The Brevet
“Our band has been through an evolution these last couple years,” says The Brevet frontman Aric Chase Damm. “We absolutely love the writing and recording process, but somewhere along the way, our focus shifted more towards touring and performing live, and the music we were creating just naturally started to reflect that energy. The road more than anything helped us grow and mature into the band we’ve become.” Nowhere is that growth and maturity more evident than LEGS, The Brevet’s explosive, ambitious new album. Recorded at the band’s own studio in their native Orange County, California, the collection is the five-piece’s most deeply personal and lyrically sophisticated yet, tackling perception and identity in the digital age with both subtle nuance and blunt force. The songs remain as cinematic as ever, full of rousing choruses and sing-along hooks, but they carry more weight here, propelled inexorably forward by thunderous percussion and blazing electric guitars that blend rock and roll snarl with R&B swagger. LEGS is an album unafraid to face down the unknowable, and Damm found himself mining his personal life more than ever before during the writing process, taking an unflinching look inwards to examine the dark alleys and existential dead ends that often sidetrack us in the pursuit of happiness. “I feel like we live in this cloud of social media right now that’s so focused on projecting and consuming that it stifles our creativity,” reflects Damm. “A lot of the songs on this record deal with the search for something real: true relationships, true happiness, true identity.” The Brevet’s quest for truth, ironically, began with fiction. The band’s roots stretch back to Damm’s college days, when he began writing scores for student films and discovered he had a knack for crafting the kind of evocative music that yields unforgettable on-screen moments. Those early songs led to a licensing deal that would eventually find The Brevet’s tracks everywhere from major films like Ashby (Paramount)and The Good Lie (Warner Bros) to TV shows like Lucifer and American Idol. The band’s contagious energy proved an ideal fit for sports channels like the MLB Network and ESPN’s SEC Network, and the group even landed a coveted Apple placement. Songs from their two independent albums (2013’s ‘Battle of the Heart’ and 2017’s ‘American Novel’) racked up more than nine million streams on Spotify and earned coverage from Paste, The LA Times, OC Weekly, Pop Matters, and more. With all of The Brevet’s success on screen, the group—Damm, drummer David Aguiar, guitarist John Kingsley, and bassist Julian Johnson—was more than ready to get out of the studio and onto the stage. Over the course of the last year, they hit the road for the most intense touring of their career, performing a slew of headline shows alongside support dates with Magic Giant and festival appearances from BottleRock to Firefly. The changes were subtle at first, but with each run of shows, The Brevet found themselves honing in on something new and exhilarating. “There’s nothing like the feel and energy you get from a live show,” explains Damm, “and there’s no more honest reaction you can get than from an audience that’s never heard something before. We decided to start playing these new songs live before they were out, and the crowds’ responses were just so cool and inspiring.” One listen and it’s clear that LEGS represents a major leap for The Brevet, one that synthesizes the raucous energy of their live show with sonic precision of their extensive studio history. The album opens with the infectious groove of “Pretend City,” a stirring call to arms for truth and honesty, not only with each other but with ourselves. “What are we doing pretending?” Damm asks, his baritone voice bordering on a growl at points in the song as he decries the superficial and performative nature of modern life. The acerbic “All These Kids” celebrates individuality in a world of imitation, while the slow-burning “Sweet Water” questions what happens when everyone drinks from the same metaphorical well, and the unyielding “So Long” eschews the materialistic in favor of a more lasting source of satisfaction. “That song is about searching for your purpose,” explains Damm. “Whatever it is that makes you happy—family, love, career, faith, mental health—some people find it right away, and other people spend their whole lives looking for it.” Throughout the album, Damm finds his most profound moments of happiness in the experiences he’s able to share with others and the lessons he’s able to learn from them. The tender “Gateway Drug” revels in the overwhelming love and joy brought on by his recent marriage, while the ecstatic “Locked & Loaded” pays tribute to a late mentor who lived every day to its fullest, and the stripped-down “Silver and Gold” finds fulfillment in each step of the journey. Damm is perhaps at his most explicit, though, on “All You Need To Know,” a searing rocker sung from the perspective of a higher power as Judgment Day approaches. “That song is a dialogue with either God or the Grim Reaper,” he explains. “He’s asking the tough questions. Are you living out the purpose of your life? If everything ended tomorrow, would you be proud of who you were and what you stood for?” LEGS actually stands for “Like Every Great Story,” and the album (and its anthemic title track) indeed contain all the elements of any memorable tale: struggle and success, tension and release, conflict and resolution. The band faced countless roadblocks and hurdles during the album’s year-long recording process, but their music insists on a relentless optimism, a defiant belief in the power of positivity in the face of darkness and doubt. Every great story has a hero, after all, and heroes never give up, even when the going gets tough. That’s what The Brevet is all about. “The Brevet was a rank given out largely during the Civil War,” explains Damm, who’s traced his family’s lineage back through centuries of American history and even discovered a relative’s journal from that bloody era. “If a general died, someone else would need to step up and take on those responsibilities even though they wouldn’t get paid for it. It was a selfless title that came with a lot of sacrifice, but it was one of honor and duty. When I read about that, I felt a kinship with the attitude of our band,” he continues. “We’re doing this because we love it. We love to create and we love to inspire, and we could sit here and focus on all the negative things that we struggle with in order to do that or we can choose to step up and celebrate the positive and create our own great story.” In that regard, The Brevet more than live up to their name, and LEGS is just the latest chapter in a tale that only promises to get better and better.
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Genres
Rock, Alternative, Folk Rock, American Rock
Band members
John Kingsley, David Aguiar, Aric Chase Damm
Photos
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What fans are saying
Tessa
5 / 5
First time seeing these guys and I wasn't disappointed. They are ridiculously talented and charismatic.
The Filling Station Bozeman, MT
Mar 24, 2019
Trafton
5 / 5
Fantastic show with tons of energy. Looking forward to their next visit to KC.
Uptown Theater Kansas City, MO
Nov 03, 2023
Kelly
5 / 5
The Brevet is such an awesome and fun group to watch! Highly recommend!
Tractor Tavern Seattle, WA
May 07, 2019
Manuel
5 / 5
Love these guys! Appreciate their visit. The new album is fantastic!
Appleton Beer Factory Appleton, WI
Nov 14, 2023
Elizabeth
5 / 5
Great energy! This band rocks!!
Stubb's Bar-B-Q Austin, TX
Feb 21, 2019
Roscoe
5 / 5
Great venue. Great music. Great time.
The Garage Concert Series Rapid City, SD
Mar 23, 2019
Marc
5 / 5
Awesome show every time.
The Basement Columbus, OH
Oct 16, 2018
Kimberly
5 / 5
Ahhhhhhh-mazing!!!!!!
Barboza Seattle, WA
Jan 30, 2018
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The Brevet Tour Cities
Baltimore, MD Orlando, FL Lakewood, OH Austin, TX Portland, OR St. Louis, MO Denver, CO South Salt Lake, UT San Francisco, CA Allston, MA Atlanta, GA Nashville, TN Seattle, WA Chicago, IL Philadelphia, PA Santa Ana, CA Detroit, MI Los Angeles, CA Brooklyn, NY Dallas, TX

Frequently Asked Questions About The Brevet

Concerts & Tour Date Information

Is The Brevet on tour?

Yes, The Brevet is currently on tour. If you’re interested in attending an upcoming The Brevet concert, make sure to grab your tickets in advance. The The Brevet tour is scheduled for 20 dates across 20 cities. Get information on all upcoming tour dates and tickets for 2024-2025 with Hypebot.

How many upcoming tour dates is The Brevet scheduled to play?

The Brevet is scheduled to play 20 shows between 2024-2025. Buy concert tickets to a nearby show through Hypebot.

When does the The Brevet tour start?

The Brevet’s tour starts Apr 24, 2024 and ends on May 19, 2024. They will play 20 cities; their most recent concert was held in Austin at Parish and their next upcoming concert will be in Orlando at The Social.

What venues is The Brevet performing at?

As part of the The Brevet tour, The Brevet is scheduled to play across the following venues and cities:

2024 Tour Dates:

Apr 24 - Austin, TX @ Parish
Apr 25 - Dallas, TX @ Sons Of Hermann Hall
Apr 27 - Orlando, FL @ The Social
Apr 28 - Atlanta, GA @ The EARL
Apr 29 - Nashville, TN @ Eastside Bowl
May 01 - Baltimore, MD @ Ottobar
May 02 - Brooklyn, NY @ Music Hall of Williamsburg
May 03 - Allston, MA @ Brighton Music Hall
May 04 - Philadelphia, PA @ Underground Arts
May 06 - Lakewood, OH @ Mahall's
May 07 - Detroit, MI @ Magic Stick
May 08 - Chicago, IL @ Bottom Lounge
May 09 - St. Louis, MO @ Off Broadway
May 11 - Denver, CO @ Bluebird Theater
May 12 - South Salt Lake, UT @ The Commonwealth Room
May 14 - Seattle, WA @ Neumos
May 15 - Portland, OR @ Mississippi Studios
May 17 - San Francisco, CA @ Bottom Of the Hill
May 18 - Los Angeles, CA @ The Roxy Theatre
May 19 - Santa Ana, CA @ Observatory
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