Glaswegian alt-pop duo SAINT PHNX has released their new single & video “Sorry” via AWAL, available to stream now on YouTube, Spotify, Apple Music, and all DSPs worldwide. The band has also announced a stretch of fall US tour dates with breakout singer/songwriter Lewis Capaldi, starting on 9/17.
“Sorry is the first song we’ve written that has a much more personal sentiment,” the band explains. “It’s about realising that a relationship isn’t working and it’s sometimes best to move forward alone while dealing with the personal guilt and heartache of your decision.”
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 Imagine Dragons, Bastille and X Ambassadors weave their way through SAINT PHNX’s immense sound. 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.
The band have been on the path to success since their debut release two years ago – amassing over 32 million streams as an independent artist, peaking at #20 in the global Shazam charts with their track “King,” selling out their own tour across Europe, supporting Imagine Dragons, and performing on many festival stages including a coveted spot at Reading and Leeds. Earlier this year, the band released their singles “Shake,” “Nunchuk,” and “Bury a Friend,” and will release their debut full-length album in 2020. They were also selected for Fender’s annual global artist program Fender Next along with Taco Bell’s Feed The Beat Spring lineup, and supported Yungblud on his sold out headlining tour.