Newly-formed Los Angeles-based trio BRAVES share the imminent and almost instinctual desire to raise awareness for causes left in the dust. They're paying attention. With their music, they hope to gain yours. Through their activism, the band's debut single 'Crush,' was written directly for Gardeners of Eden, a documentary formed to fight elephant poaching in Africa. Handpicked by legendary producer Jack Douglas (John Lennon, Patti Smith, Aerosmith,) the debut single was used to close out the film while signifying a brand new beginning for the enigmatic trio.

'Dust' is the third song they've ever written. Huddled around an out of tune piano, the creative threesome all sang the chorus simultaneously as if they had heard it before. As if it was the most natural thing they could do. "That was a defining moment for BRAVES," they share of the memory. On their latest offering, haunting harmonies, somber yet soothing falsettos and a cinematic and emotional build take the dust that's settled and swirl it sonically into a powerful single worth getting caught inside of. Listen below: