Envy On The Coast Post New Songs

2010-02-13 by Dr Dave De Sylvia STAFF | 14 Comments
New York indie rockers Envy On The Coast have posted two new songs to MySpace.

'Numb' and 'Devil's Tongue' are taken from the band's forthcoming album, LowCountry, which is scheduled for release on March 30.

http://www.myspace.com/envyonthecoast

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elephantREVOLUTION
February 13th 2010
2815 Comments


cool. i didn't know they were releasing a new album

Digging: GoldMoon - Black Cat

ebay
February 13th 2010
501 Comments


i'm really digging this. i might be seeing them with fall of troy soon

Iamthe Nightstars
February 13th 2010
2364 Comments


Songs didn't do much for me.

AmericnZero02
February 14th 2010
3381 Comments


anyway lucy gray was fun, this should be too

indeed

Digging: Young Lions - Blue Isla

Alucard125
February 14th 2010
539 Comments


Their vocalist is really annoying live. The bass player was pretty funky though.

TheAbstruseMeaning
February 14th 2010
36 Comments


last time I checked this wasn't indie rock, but whatever.

lol yeah their vocalist is really weird live. He licked the microphone a few times...


sexualsoybean
February 14th 2010
922 Comments


Seen these guys a few times by accident and ive hated them every time.

sexualsoybean
February 14th 2010
922 Comments


i mean who wears sandals on stage really. take it back to the beach hippies

adkymo
February 14th 2010
162 Comments


saw these guys last year supporting finch. they were pretty close to stealing the show.

I'm pretty excited for this anyways.

sexualsoybean
February 14th 2010
922 Comments


holy shit finally a working avatar

nkn3390
February 15th 2010
71 Comments


Lucy Gray was pretty awesome. Singer is a bit egotistical. New stuff sounds too mainstream rock; new drummer to blame, IMO.

Danimal
February 16th 2010
2 Comments


@nkn3390 They don't have a new drummer, if you didn't notice in their latest video Ryan is playing the drums in the studio. Not to mention that drums alone can't make something mainstream. I will say it's a lot different, but I like the way it's progressing. I haven't heard anything much like it before.

nkn3390
February 23rd 2010
71 Comments


Oh. My bad. I didn't notice that was Ryan; I actually thought it was Joe Zizzo from The Sleeping because they said he would be filling in for them. I do think that the way the drums are played have a large impact on a record's sound, but you are probably right in saying that they can't change the direction of an album. I was a huge fan of Lucy Gray so I'm just hoping that it lives up to the impact that album had on me.

brightfireguy
March 24th 2010
86 Comments


Hey sexualsoybean, youre a moron. Who gives a flying fuck if they wear sandals on stage? Ive listened to the entire new album and its pretty kick ass. "Like I Do" is a great song. Their new style is pretty unique imo and I love it.



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