YMMV / Brand New

  • Face of the Band: Jesse Lacey is the most recognizable member.
  • Growing the Beard: Your Favorite Weapon was a fairly typical alternative-punk album, often with fairly weak lyrics and rough instrumentals. From Deja Entendu on, however, the band's sound was much more innovative and unique, with noticeably improved instrumentation and the lyrics are more original in style and subject matter.
  • Hell Is That Noise: Welcome to Bangkok Starts with the distorted phrase "Good Luck Space Cadet" over and over again, with ominous, but light music playing in the background. Then the music gets loud, and when vocals come back, they're nothing but incoherent, tortured screams.
  • Nightmare Fuel: Just about once a song from the latter half Deja Entendu onward, though Your Favorite Weapon isn't really light in its lyrical content either. Special mention goes to The Devil and God are Raging Inside of Me for its death-obsessed lyrical content, and Daisy, where the narrator seems to become progressively more and more mentally unhinged.
    • A lot of songs on The Devil and God Are Raging Inside Me. Special mentions to the jump in "Luca" and the the creepy choir in "Degausser".
    • ''Welcome To Bangkok"
  • Signature Song: "Jesus Christ" , although Deja Entendu fans will often side with either "Sic Transit Gloria", "The Quiet Things That No One Ever Knows", or "Play Crack the Sky".
    • Fans of the bands earlier work will swear by "Jude Law And A Semester Abroad", as it also happens to be the only song from Your Favorite Weapon that the band still plays live.
  • Tear Jerker: "Play Crack the Sky" and "Jesus Christ" are two examples.
    • "Me Vs. Maradona Vs. Elvis" and "Limousine" (which is also Nightmare Fuel).
    • Most of The Devil And The God Are Raging Inside Me.
    • "The Boy who Blocked His Own Shot"
    • "The No Seatbelt Song".
    • "Soco Amaretto Lime".
    • Off of the Leaked Demos we have "Good Man" and "Brother's Song"