Envy of None, the new band featuring Rush guitarist Alex Lifeson, released its self-titled debut album earlier this month.
The band, which also features bassist Andy Curran of the veteran Canadian rock group Coney Hatch, guitarist/keyboardist Alfio Annibalini and singer-songwriter Maiah Wynne, mostly recorded the album remotely during the COVID-19 pandemic, and has yet to play any concerts.
Curran tells ABC Audio that while he and Lifeson are "not in any rush to get out and start touring in a huge way," they're not ruling out doing some performances.
"I think we're…excited to see where this thing might end up," Andy says about the Envy of None album, "and if people are excited and if it's like lightning in a bottle, I think we'd be open to doing…a handful of special shows."
Curran also notes with a laugh that during a recent interview, Wynne, who at age 25 is far younger than her Envy of None band mates, revealed that her mother "was really hoping that we could play on Jimmy Kimmel [Live!]"
Adds Andy, "So if Jimmy Kimmel reaches out, maybe you'll see Envy of None on [his show]. But I think it's kind of like a 'we'll see.' We're certainly just being open-minded about it at this point."
Up to now, the members of Envy of None have been promoting the album with select interviews and a few music videos.
On Monday, the band premiered its latest video, for the song "Never Said I Love You." The clip, which you can watch now at the Kscope label's official YouTube channel, features footage of a professional dancer named Sapphire Sumpter dancing expressively down the hallway and around a room of a high-rise hotel.
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