Saint PHNX Announce Video For ‘Rise’

With over five million (and rising) streams on Spotify for their last single ‘King’, hotly tipped Scottish brothers Saint PHNX (Stevie and Al Jukes), continue their surge as one of the most exciting new bands on the planet withthe brand-new video for their track ‘Rise’.

Boasting a huge bass line and infectious chorus, the epic ‘Rise’ is the first of a string of tracks the band will be releasing ahead of their festival slots this summer.

Watch the video HERE

From Wishaw on the outskirts of Glasgow, Saint PHNX rocketedinto the public consciencewith an unreleased version of ‘King’ being featured on the end credits of ITV’s Europa League Final coverage. Since then the band have rapidly grown with a monthly Spotify listenership of over 750,000 and more than 250,000 plays on ‘Rise’ in just over two weeks, picking up huge support from the likes ofGreg James, Phil Taggart and Ebro in the process.

With a sold-out tour across Scotland, including an electrifying show at the infamous King Tuts last year,Saint PHNX are set to take their captivating live show further afield with shows at The Great Escape, V Festival and Boardmasters this summer.


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Thurs 18th                  Brighton, The Great Escape Festival

Fri 19th                       Brighton, The Great Escape Festival

Tues 23rd                   Paris, The French Escape Festival


Fri 4th                          Inverness, Belladrum Festival

Sat 12th                     Newquay, Boardmasters Festival

Sat 19th                     V Festival (Collab w/ Digital Farm Animals)

About RJ Frometa

Head Honcho, Editor in Chief and writer here on VENTS. I don't like walking on the beach, but I love playing the guitar and geeking out about music. I am also a movie maniac and 6 hours sleeper.

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