Left Coast Envy
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Left Coast Envy

Scranton, Pennsylvania, United States | Established. Jan 01, 2011 | SELF

Scranton, Pennsylvania, United States | SELF
Established on Jan, 2011
Band Pop Punk

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Apr
06
Left Coast Envy @ Redwood Art Space

Wilkes-Barre, Pennsylvania, United States

Wilkes-Barre, Pennsylvania, United States

Jan
21
Left Coast Envy @ New Visions Studio & Gallery

Scranton, Pennsylvania, United States

Scranton, Pennsylvania, United States

Oct
15
Left Coast Envy @ Scranton's Vintage Theater

Scranton, Pennsylvania, United States

Scranton, Pennsylvania, United States

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"Left Coast Envy"

Left Coast Envy are a pop-punk band from Scranton, PA, who are back from a long hiatus. The band has recently dropped their new song Destruction With My Capital D and have plans to release a few more tacks soon. You can listen to new songs as they drop on Spotify. For fans of bands like Four Year Strong and New Found Glory. - The Aging Scene Kid


"Good Ideas"

Our friends at “The Aging Scene Kid” know that listening to Left Coast Envy is a good idea. - New Fury Media


"Killer"

Take a listen to Left Coast Envy if you're in the mood for some killer music. - Always Pop Punk


Discography

Singles
The Bears Have Mobilized and They Have Armed Themselves
Destruction with My Capital D
Safety First (Then Teamwork)
Under the Radar

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Bio

Left Coast Envy began making music in 2011 in Scranton, Pennsylvania as a school project for Will Gordon (vocals) and Chris Kanavy (guitar/synth/vocals). Later in the year, the group was expanded to include Chuck Thomas (bass), Ryan McAndrew (guitar), Sam Alba (guitar), and Jamie Sutor (drums). This full lineup began to write songs in basements and dorm rooms about loss, hope, heartbreak, inspiration, and patience.

Drawing influence from New Found Glory, Fall Out Boy, The Starting Line, and many more, Left Coast Envy plays their own unique brand of pop-punk music with heartfelt and emotional lyrics.

In 2013, the band decided to call it quits and head their separate ways after playing several successful shows throughout the northeast. After exploring other musical outlets, moving all around the eastern seaboard, and growing their families, the band decided to reignite the flame of LCE in early 2019 in order to officially release previously recorded material.  

The first four singles from the group reached well over 35,000 plays combined on Spotify, as well as garnering placements on the Spotify curated playlists “New Punk Tracks” and “Pop Punk’s Not Dead.”

LCE is currently working on new material for release in 2020.


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