Late 'American Horror Story' Actor Harry Hains Treated to Posthumous ANTIBOY Single

Hear "Good Enough" from his musical project
Late 'American Horror Story' Actor Harry Hains Treated to Posthumous ANTIBOY Single
Following the death of American Horror Story actor Harry Hains earlier this year, his musical project ANTIBOY has been treated to a posthumous single release. What's more, an entire ANTIBOY album is headed our way.

The track is called "Good Enough," and it will appear on a forthcoming ANTIBOY album called A Glitch in Paradise.

The press release for the project contains a quote from Hains and reads as follows:

ANTIBOY represents the idea that most things that we are taught to believe in are an illusion. The idea of gender, sexuality and race are social constructs. ANTIBOY is this place of true equality. The surface doesn't really matter anymore. It's really who we are... that's what matters — the amalgamation of our memories and experiences. We are one human consciousness.

While the exact release date for A Glitch in Paradise is unclear, you can now check out "Good Enough" below, where you will also find an album trailer.

The Australian-born Hains — who was also known for roles on The OA, Sneaky Pete and The Surface — died on January 7 of an accidental overdose due to fentanyl intoxication. He was 27.