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Alex Lifeson's Envy of None expected to release follow-up album in 2024 says Andy Curran in new interview

Wed, Jan 3, 2024@4:47PM | comments

Alex Lifeson's Envy of None project with Andy Curran, guitarist Alfio Annibalini and vocalist Maiah Wynne released their self-titled, debut album back in April of '22, and it's currently available for purchase and streaming worldwide via several different online retailers and services, including Amazon and the official Envy of None merch store. This past summer the band officially released their first EP That Was Then, This Is Now via Kscope Records. The EP includes one newly-recorded track titled That Was Then (official, animated music video here), remixes of Dumkoptf and Dog's Life, Lethe River, and You'll Be Sorry, which was previously released as part of the deluxe edition of their 2022 self-titled debut. So what's in store for the project in 2024? Andy Curran was asked that question in a recent interview with Blabbermouth.net and had the following to say:

... "It's going to be a busy one. ENVY OF NONE has about six or seven songs that are quite far along; almost, I would say, getting close to three-quarters. In early February, Maiah is flying into Toronto, and we're going to try to wrap up those tracks. Our goal is to get something out in the middle of the year or fall." ...

Whether the release will be a full album or just an EP is yet to be determined. You can read the entire interview online here.

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