Envy On The Coast

Envy On The Coast

Biography

It’s been seven long years since the untimely death of Long Island-born band Envy On The Coast. Having caught the heart of the post-hardcore scene early on in their career – touring with the likes of 30 Seconds to Mars, Underoath, Taking Back Sunday and more – the band tapped into a rampant and rapidly growing fan-base who remained loyal throughout the years. With the members calling it quits in July 2010 and scattering to form new musical ventures, fans were left unsure that the band could ever be revived. But hope held strong.

Fast-forward to present day and Envy On The Coast’s reincarnation is in full swing with original members Ryan Hunter and Brian Byrne at the helm and steering […]

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It’s been seven long years since the untimely death of Long Island-born band Envy On The Coast. Having caught the heart of the post-hardcore scene early on in their career – touring with the likes of 30 Seconds to Mars, Underoath, Taking Back Sunday and more – the band tapped into a rampant and rapidly growing fan-base who remained loyal throughout the years. With the members calling it quits in July 2010 and scattering to form new musical ventures, fans were left unsure that the band could ever be revived. But hope held strong.

Fast-forward to present day and Envy On The Coast’s reincarnation is in full swing with original members Ryan Hunter and Brian Byrne at the helm and steering the band in a new direction. The rebirth ultimately came to be after the duo performed together for an encore at a show for Ryan’s solo project, 1ST VOWS. The reception from their dedicated fans and the feeling that engulfed them on the stage was the catalyst to exploring what the next phase for Envy On The Coast could, and would be. Though only two of the original five members decided to return, the band officially announced a string of shows for the summer of 2016 in New York City, Long Island, and Boston – with more cities added in response to the overwhelming fan reaction. At the top of 2017 EOTC kept things moving with a short headlining tour which included a performance at So What? Music Festival, celebrating the 10-year anniversary of their debut full-length record, Lucy Gray, and releasing an all new EP ‘Ritual’, featuring the single ‘Virginia Girls’, available now through Equal Vision Records.

Members

Ryan Hunter -
Brian Byrne

Contact

Booking
Jake Zimmerman
AGI
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Management
Keaton Kustler
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Publicity
Alec Cakebread
NGAGE
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Publicity
Chrissy Borsellino
Right Angle PR
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Publicity
Rich Nardo
NGAGE
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Tour


Discography