Elektra recording group Saint Motel have unveiled a pair of previously unreleased tracks in celebration of the two-year anniversary of their label debut full length.  Together dubbed “SAINTMOTELEVISION B-SIDES,” the two tracks – “You Fine” and “You’re Nobody Until Somebody Wants You Dead” – were written and recorded during the making of 2016’s “saintmotelevision.”  The LA-based band is currently working on brand new material to release next year.  “SAINTMOTELEVISION B-SIDES” is available now at all digital retailers and streaming services.  You can also hear the songs streaming now on the band’s official YouTube channel HERE.

Saint Motel initially broke through with “My Type,” from the band’s 2014 “MY TYPE” EP, which proved a Top 10 Alternative radio and Top 5 Triple A smash here in the US, garnering nearly 105 million streams on Spotify.  In addition, the “My Type” companion video – directed by Saint Motel front man A/J Jackson – is approaching over 24 million views.  The band returned in 2016 with the audio version of their Elektra full length debut, “saintmotelevision,” highlighted by the hit single “Move,” which went to #1 on Sirius/XM’s Alt Nation, Top 20 at Alternative, and Top 5 at Triple A.  Always on the cutting edge, Saint Motel subsequently released an award-winning Virtual Reality version of the album and App, followed by an Augmented Reality update to the App – both firsts of their kind.  Known for their energetic live shows, the band has performed countless sold out headline shows around the world, in addition to high profile sets at musical festivals, including Coachella, Bonnaroo, and Austin City Limits among others.

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