Envy: the return of FRAMING HANLEY Friday, 21 February 2020 23:52 by madseason
Framing Hanley - Envy

Framing Hanley is releasing their 4th studio album Envy via Thermal Entertainment today, February 21.

"If you would have asked me when we started back in 2007 'what do you envision as your sound 12 years from now'," states vocalist Kenneth Nixon. "I certainly wouldn't have predicted this -- but holy hell am I excited about the evolution in this band's music. We spent 3 years working on this album and it is undoubtedly the very best of Framing Hanley from start to finish. We needed a break in 2015 -- but we're back now, and we're firing on all cylinders."

Three singles from Envy have been released as singles so far: Puzzle Pieces, Baggage Claim and Throwing Knives have already surpassed 15 million streams.

See how tese amazing rockers have progressed checking out Envy: click on the image and choose your favorite digital platform or buy it physical.

Baggage Claim: new single from FRAMING HANLEY Tuesday, 8 January 2019 21:27 by madseason
Framing Hanley - Baggage Claim

Framing Hanley released their second single from their upcoming album Sumner Roots -due out early 2019- a few weeks ago. The song is titled Baggage Claim and can be streamed or downloaded at all digital outlets.

Frontman Kenneth Nixon on Baggage Claim: "I've never been a fan of talking about the meaning behind a song to the songwriter, because it's a songwriter's goal usually to write a song that someone can relate to themselves. It's funny, though, because when people hear this song, they'll likely have a much different takeaway than what this song means to us. This song was written about the stranglehold that music, and moreover, the music industry had on us 4 years ago when we first considered walking away. Just the feeling of wanting to change one's identity, everything about oneself, to have a fresh start. Yet every time we tried to distance ourselves from music, it was right there; threatening to pull us back under."

Baggage Claim is a strong, melodic, heartfelt number that confirms the band has matured both musically and lyrically.

The first song off of the upcoming new album, Puzzle Pieces, was released last summer and has already surpassed 2 million streams.