Framing Hanley has been laying low after breaking up a few years ago, but that's about to change. After 5 years, the band is releasing their 4th album, "Envy" via Thermal Entertainment. The release date is scheduled for February 21st, 2020 and pre-orders are available at https://thermalent.com/framing-hanley-envy-pre-order.
"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."
Framing Hanley had released three albums prior to breaking up in 2015. The Moment (2007), A Promise To Burn (2010) and The Sum Of Who We Are (2014) have sold over 200,000 albums, received 1.5 million downloads, and their music has been streamed over 150 million times. Official music videos have surpassed 40 million views. Radio hits included Hear Me Now, Lollipop, You Stupid Girl, Collide and Criminal. The band had toured coast-to-coast in North America and has had several successful European and Australian tours.
Stephanie has been involved in the music scene for over 10 years as a photographer and writer. She has written for websites such as Bandzoogle, BandMix, as is the current Director for South Carolina Music Guide. You can usually find her at local hot spots in Charleston. However, she likes to explore and has found a favorite second home in Costa Rica.