Album artwork for That Was Then, This Is Now by Envy Of None

"Ethereal sounding, oriental & kind of Industrial Rock - Lifeson breaks new ground (for himself)." - Good Times

"Envy Of None succeed in creating a skilful balancing act between half synthetic sound adventures & organic songwriting..." - musikreviews.de

The all-star line-up of Alex Lifeson (Rush) , Andy Curran (Coney Hatch), Maiah Wynne & Alf Annibalini, continue their exponential growth of their trippy, edgy atmospheric sound that took the world by surprise, with a brand new track 'That Was Then'. The song undulates with progressive dexterity characterised by a fuzzy bass driven groove which once again features the haunting vocals & lyrics of Maiah Wynne seasoned with Alex Lifeson "sound - scaping" guitar tones & classic outro solo.

The remainder of the EP is topped off with 4 very adventurous remixes of the Envy of None tracks 'Dumkoptf' , Lethe River, 'Dog's Life' and 'You'll be Sorry' which were only previously offered on the deluxe edition of their debut record.

All tracks were written, arranged, recorded & produced by Envy of None & appear on vinyl for the first time. 'That Was Then, This Is Now' remains in canon with the band's sound of their eponymous debut whilst also pushing the boundaries & is a fantastic prologue to the next chapter of Envy of None's story as the band have been in the studio creating new music & remixes. An essential addition to their repertoire.

All tracks are released for the first time on vinyl.

Envy of None

That Was Then, This Is Now

Kscope
Album artwork for That Was Then, This Is Now by Envy Of None
LP

£22.99

Black
Released 09/06/2023Catalogue Number

KSCOPE1128

Envy of None

That Was Then, This Is Now

Kscope
Album artwork for That Was Then, This Is Now by Envy Of None
LP

£22.99

Black
Released 09/06/2023Catalogue Number

KSCOPE1128

"Ethereal sounding, oriental & kind of Industrial Rock - Lifeson breaks new ground (for himself)." - Good Times

"Envy Of None succeed in creating a skilful balancing act between half synthetic sound adventures & organic songwriting..." - musikreviews.de

The all-star line-up of Alex Lifeson (Rush) , Andy Curran (Coney Hatch), Maiah Wynne & Alf Annibalini, continue their exponential growth of their trippy, edgy atmospheric sound that took the world by surprise, with a brand new track 'That Was Then'. The song undulates with progressive dexterity characterised by a fuzzy bass driven groove which once again features the haunting vocals & lyrics of Maiah Wynne seasoned with Alex Lifeson "sound - scaping" guitar tones & classic outro solo.

The remainder of the EP is topped off with 4 very adventurous remixes of the Envy of None tracks 'Dumkoptf' , Lethe River, 'Dog's Life' and 'You'll be Sorry' which were only previously offered on the deluxe edition of their debut record.

All tracks were written, arranged, recorded & produced by Envy of None & appear on vinyl for the first time. 'That Was Then, This Is Now' remains in canon with the band's sound of their eponymous debut whilst also pushing the boundaries & is a fantastic prologue to the next chapter of Envy of None's story as the band have been in the studio creating new music & remixes. An essential addition to their repertoire.

All tracks are released for the first time on vinyl.