Check out Will and Chris on the No Ordinary Nerd podcast. We chat all about our influences, Harry Potter, video games, and Will's love of Pokemon Go. http://noordniarynerd.libsyn.com/interview-with-left-coast-envy
Tonight at midnight we will be releasing song #4 on Spotify. Under The Radar has always been the band's unanimous choice of our recordings that best captures the essence of Left Coast Envy. A lot of angst, anxiety, acceptance of responsibility and the ability to be at peace with where you are with a goal in mind of where you want to be. Sometimes, you feel as if you are under the radar. Hard work, honesty and authenticity will pay off in the end - and that's alright by me. Don't wait around. Tonight at Midnight. https://open.spotify.com/artist/5OhoBcr8Cb4fghyNsQ2Knv?si=Z2Bp0hPZSLCGlR1kHL9tfg
Pop Punk isn’t dead and neither are we. Take a listen to Safety First (Then Teamwork) on Spotify’s Pop Punk’s Not Dead playlist. https://open.spotify.com/playlist/37i9dQZF1DX1ewVhAJ17m4?prid=spotify:track:6Kl7CKep3dl5cAO4s4kxB8
Tonight at Midnight we release "Safety First, Then Teamwork". How did this one come about? Sam started listening to The Dangerous Summer and started using his delay pedal more. We liked it. Safety, as we have nicknamed it, pulls in the beginning of our shift towards a more ambient and omniscient approach to pop-punk. Lyrically, the song is inspired by the constant ebbs and flows, the ups and downs and the constant questioning of what is important in this life. What do I need to pay more attention to? Where should my focus be? What would I kill/die for? What matters most and will we be willing to reach for it or will just wait in line and go along with the masses. If you haven’t already, give us a follow and save our tacks on Spotify or wherever you like to listen to music. https://open.spotify.com/artist/5OhoBcr8Cb4fghyNsQ2Knv?si=xoVBNBf0TAGebNGDmNcHOw Stay Calm.
This Friday at 12:00AM, we’ll be releasing our song “Destruction With My Capital D”, a more causal approach to pop punk when compared to Bears. We wrote this song in Spring 2011 at the same band practice where we recorded our interview for Dave Day’s (remember him?) YouTube channel, Sound Underground. The song is a pessimistic look at how we become our own worst enemies and are the guilty party of leading ourselves to destruction by losing our focus on what’s truly important. The chorus asks repeatedly, “Are we all damned?” as a refusal to take responsibility for the negative outcomes in our own lives. Thursday, into Friday, at midnight. Be on the lookout for Destruction With My Capital D on Spotify or where you stream your music. Stay calm.
We've been added to the New Punk Tracks playlist on Spotify. Head on over and give "Bears" a listen. #playlisted #popunk https://open.spotify.com/playlist/37i9dQZF1DX0KpeLFwA3tO
Over the last few years, a few fans have helped us remember what we were a part of. Over the next couple of weeks, we'll be releasing our tracks on Spotify, Apple Music and the like for everyone to enjoy. Today, we start with "The Bears Have Mobilized and They Have Armed Themselves" - the first song that we wrote as a full band. The name stems from a reaction to playing Red Dead Redemption and the lyrics attempted to capture the clouded decision making process of deciding to commit to playing music together as Left Coast Envy. Give us a listen, follow us, download us, share us with your friends and stay tuned for more song releases and band updates. For now, enjoy Bears - https://open.spotify.com/track/1eiVP19bd703A70K3R8qMt?si=lnUrrWq5RVqFQ2mIDjTPNw
This is our Soundcloud, all of our music to date is free to download! Enjoy. https://soundcloud.com/left-coast-envy-pa