Sam Endicott (born August 13, 1974) is the lead singer of the band The Bravery.
Endicott grew up in Brookmont a Washington, DC, suburb of Bethesda, Maryland. Before moving to NYC and founding The Bravery, he received a degree in psychology from Vassar College in Poughkeepsie, New York, where he Show more... was classmates with Bravery keyboardist John Conway, as well as Liars lead Singer Angus Andrew, and David Greenhill and Jeff McLeod of the band The Double. He wrote all of the songs on The Bravery's debut album, which was reportedly recorded in "various bedrooms" in New York, as well as The Bravery’s second album The Sun and The Moon.
As freshmen, Endicott and Conway's musical partnership began inauspiciously, playing local bars in mock-ska band Skabba the Hut, which also included CSI: Miami star Jonathan Togo. The three went on to play together in numerous bands and recording projects, including new wave outfit Conquistador. Guitarist Michael Zakarin joined after answering an advert in a local paper, and brought with him bassist Mike Hindert, a classmate of his from Georgetown University in Washington, DC. Drummer Anthony Burulcich was living in Boston where he had studied percussion at