Visionary alt-pop trio BRÅVES have added another captivating video to their audiovisual oeuvre – CLICK HERE to watch their new video for “Joan of Arc” directed by Sean M. Flynn and featuring dancer Maxine Hupy, which premiered via Billboard. The darkly sensual video weaves around a mysterious underground dance club, following the dancers’ movements with kinetic force and a deep, gold-flecked color palette as a sinister tension develops before turning the tables on their patrons.
BRÅVES‘ Jericho noted that the track was inspired by “love and woman and the goddess and her almighty power,” adding that the trio “kind of have a little obsession with Joan of Arc in different ways. [She’s] just such a beautiful archetype to speak of the power of what it takes to be a badass.”
BRÅVES, comprised of American producer Johnny What and Australian vocalist brothers Jericho and Thorald, weave an engaging creative vision through their avant-garde alt-pop sound, surreal visuals and mysterious artist personas. They released their self-titled debut album via Rostrum Records this year, gaining critical praise and amassing millions of streams across digital streaming partners.