|1st April 2022|
SWG3 Studio Warehouse Glasgow
100 Eastvale Place, Glasgow West End G3 8QG
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There’s nothing quite like the bond between siblings, and this bond is at the heart of SAINT PHNX - the Glaswegian born duo comprised of brothers Stevie and Alan Jukes. Shades of Twenty One Pilots, X Ambassadors and Imagine Dragons have clearly influenced the bands immense sound but a big helping of attitude, a willingness to experiment and a knack for writing rousing choruses ensures they can rival any arena act and cut through to the top.
It’s been a long journey to their debut LP. Their 6 indie singles since 2019 (Deadmen, Death of Me, Nunchuck, Shake, Sorry and Scream) will all be on the debut record and have accumulated tens of millions of streams. In that time they've sold out headline shows, supported Yungblud, Imagine Dragons and Lewis Capaldi on their sold out shows and performed on festival stages including a revered set at Reading and Leeds.
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