On March 30th, Long Island, NY’s Envy On The Coast will release its second full-length, LowCountry. To celebrate the band has added two new songs, “Numb” and “Devil’s Tongue”, to its MySpace page (www.myspace.com/evnyonthecoast) and has launched various preorder packages in the Photo Finish Records web store.
Pre-order the digital album or the physical CD for $10 at http://bit.ly/lowcountry, and on March 2nd, receive a download of “Headfirst in the River”, a new track off of LowCountry. The album will be shipped and/or available for download on release date, March 30th.
A special, *limited edition $75 preorder bundle package consisting of the entire EOTC catalog on separate colored vinyl LP’s, includes the following:
Limited edition LOWCOUNTRY in titanium white colored vinyl
Limited Edition LUCY GRAY in thalo blue colored vinyl
Limited Edition Envy On The Coast EP in hunter green colored vinyl
LOWCOUNTRY physical CD
LOWCOUNTRY digital album download
Advanced download of the track “Headfirst in the River” available on March 2nd
EOTC Signed Thank You card from the band
**this vinyl preorder package is a limited edition run limited to 250 orders**
LOWCOUNTRY was recorded with producer Sean Beavan (Nine Inch Nails, No Doubt).
1. Death March on two, ready?
2. The Devil's Tongue
3. Headfirst in the River
4. Puritan Dirt Song5. Laugh Ourselves to Death
6. The Great American t-shirt Racket
7. Southern Comfort
9. Like I Do
11. Made of Stone
12. Clean of You
13. Bad News
14. Spinal Cords15. Clergy
16. Company of Men
About Envy On The Coast: In 2006, music fans were introduced to Envy On The Coast, the upstart Long Island quintet with the swiss-army rock aesthetics, boundless ambitions, and hearts big enough to fit each of their growing swell of fans.
After issuing a self-titled debut EP and the Lucy Gray full-length to widespread acclaim, the band, consisting of vocalist Ryan Hunter, guitarists Brian Byrne and Sal Bossio, and bassist Jeremy Velardi, set out on national tours with arena-filling artists like 30 Seconds To Mars and Angels & Airwaves and were named one of Alternative Press’ “Most Anticipated” albums of 2009. Following subsequent tours alongside peers as disparate as Circa Survive and Taking Back Sunday, Envy On The Coast have cut their teeth in front of thousands of fans, earning their own impassioned following in the process.