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"Brave" is a song by American singer-songwriter Sara Bareilles, taken from her fourth studio album, The Blessed Unrest (2013). The song was written by Bareilles and Jack Antonoff from the band fun., as the singer was inspired from the struggles that a close friend dealt with in regard to coming out as gay. Bareilles requested Mark Endert to produce it with the explicit goal of radio airplay. "Brave" was released worldwide through digital download on April 23, 2013, as the lead single from the album, through Epic Records.
"Brave" was written by Bareilles and Jack Antonoff from the band fun. in 2011. Antonoff described the song "as a real civil rights anthem at a time when there are no civil rights anthems and there's a giant need for civil rights anthems." Bareilles also discussed the song in many interviews, revealing that she thinks "there's so much honor and integrity and beauty in being able to be who you are, [and] it's important to be brave because by doing that you also give others permission to do the same." SiriusXM station The Pulse premiered the single on April 17, 2013. It was released for digital download as the lead single from Bareilles's fourth studio album, The Blessed Unrest, on April 22, 2013, through Epic Records.
In the week ending May 5, 2013, "Brave" debuted at number 61 on the Billboard Hot 100 and number 20 on Hot Digital Songs component chart, with 76,000 downloads sold. Nine weeks later, the song jumped from number 70 to number 66, with sales up by 80%. In December 2013, it reached a new peak at number 26, becoming her third top 40 hit in the US following "Love Song" and "King of Anything". In February 2014, buoyed by sales and airplay after Bareilles's appearance at the Grammy Awards, "Brave" hit a new chart peak, moving up to number 23 on the Billboard Hot 100. The song reached its million sales mark in the US in November 2013, and its second million by April 2014. It managed to stay on the Billboard Hot 100 for 42 weeks.
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