Released: 14th March 2005.
The Killers have been one of the biggest breakthroughs of the last five years, spurring comparisons of which the Bravery is one.
Abundant in highlights, such as the hit single "Honest Mistake" and the build-up frenzy "No Brakes", it's easy to see "The Bravery" album as your new best friend.
Although quirky by nature, it doesn't fail to deliver a slower moment, in form of the best performance of the whole album, the anthemic "Tyrant."
The debut single "Unconditional", with its hands-in-the-air-clapping chorus is screaming for success it may get with a re-release.
So are the Killers comparisons justified? It's easy to see where they come from, the album is in the same electro-indie vein. However, The Bravery's album is far more colourful and less over-rated than "Hot Fuss."