|Recorded||November 15 - December 2, 1992, The Outpost, Stroughton Massachusetts|
December 4–12, 1992, The Carriage House, Stamford Connecticut
|Genre||Dunedin sound, Indie pop, Alternative rock|
|Label||Flying Nun Records FNCD261,|
|The Bats chronology|
Courage is an EP released in 1993 by New Zealand band The Bats.
|2.||"Mind How You Run"||3:04|
|4.||"The Wind Is Sad"||2:53|
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