First look: Josh Groban's Brave

2013-03-01 18:30
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Josh Groban has released the video for his latest single Brave, and Channel24 brings you an exclusive first look.

Brave is taken from Josh's sixth studio album All That Echoes which was released on 4 February in the US.

All That Echoes was produced by Warner Bros Records Chairman Rob Cavallo, who has also worked with Green Day, Dave Matthews Band and many others.

"From beginning to end, this project has blossomed with absolute joy and inspiration," Groban said about his new album.

"Together with Rob Cavallo and all the incredible collaborators, we set out to create songs that could bridge the old and the new, the light and the dark of life and love (...) all that echoes in our souls. This album makes me feel good, and I hope others feel the same way."

Rise to fame

Groban first broke through in 2001 with his self-titled double-platinum debut album, followed by 2003's multi-platinum Closer, featuring the smash hit You Raise Me Up, and 2006's double-platinum Awake.

In 2007, the Grammy-nominated star became the bestselling recording artist of the year thanks to sales of Awake and his Grammy-nominated Christmas album, Noel -  the bestselling album of 2007.

Groban ranks as Billboard's 14th top-selling artist of the 2000s with more than 20 million units sold in the US alone and 25 million sold worldwide.

Over the last two years, Groban has completed a sold-out world tour in support of his fifth album, the platinum-selling Illuminations, appeared in the feature film Crazy, Stupid, Love, as well as on NBC's The Office, and launched the Find Your Light Foundation, which is dedicated to enriching the lives of young people through quality arts education.

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Josh Groban has released the video for his latest single Brave, taken off his sixth studio album All That Echoes. Watch it here FIRST.
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