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About SAINT PHNX

With their big, rousing choruses and punchy alt-pop sound, Scottish duo Saint PHNX found major streaming success in 2017 with their single "King," a song which on its own merit landed them a coveted support slot opening for Imagine Dragons. A string of additional singles over the next two years helped raise their profile even higher.

Formed in 2016 by Glaswegian brothers Stevie and Al Jukes, Saint PHNX had only released a handful of independent singles when their song "King" began to put up big numbers on the streaming platforms. Not long after, they were asked to open a U.K. tour for Imagine Dragons, a band they cited as one of their influences. Capitalizing on their newfound exposure, the brothers spent the next two years honing their live show, headlining their own tours, and making festival appearances while delivering a steady stream of popular singles including 2018's "Deadmen" and "Death of Me" and the 2019 hits "Shake" and "Sorry."

ORIGIN
Glasgow, Scotland
GENRE
Rock
FORMED
2016

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