brave timbers release their second album 'hope' through Gizeh Records and Little Crackd Rabbit Records in February 2016. 'hope' is a reflective, pastoral album that carefully builds its ambient landscapes. These eleven instrumental compositions demonstrate the minimal clarity of brave timbers, the piano and violin circling one another, creating a sense of space and terrain.
The debut album 'for every day you lost' was released in September 2010 on Second Language Records. It was made album of the Week at Norman Records and sold out of its limited release.
brave timbers also contributed a track to the Second Language 'Music & Migration' compilation alongside Vashti Bunyan, Peter Broderick and Hauschka, as well as reworking a track by Yuri Lugovskoy for his 2012 album released on Home Assembly Music. In 2015 brave timbers featured on the Hibernate Recordings compilation 'Dayalu/For Nepal'.
brave timbers have played shows alongside P. Jorgensen, Epic 45, Fieldhead, The Declining Winter and Amiina.