Following the Street Drum Corps and Ashes Divide on the main stage, New York synth rockers The Bravery lit up the Projekt Revolution main stage with a driving set against the backdrop of epic white lights. Led by singer Sam Endicott, the group churned through tracks from their self-titled debut and their sophomore release, The Sun and the Moon, including “An Honest Mistake” and “Believe.”
This was a really interesting set to photograph due to the blinding amount of white light behind the band. Shooting into these lights nearly guaranteed a little flare, so for much of the first three songs I decided to go wide and embrace the lights.
Lighting was unwavering during the first three songs, with three main arrays of cool white light shining down on the stage.
Lead singer Sam Endicott was positioned fairly far back from the stage and didn't approach the front very much, though this standoffish position was made up by lead guitarist Michael Zakarin, who came to the front frequently.