Saint PHNX Announce Second Leg of European Tour
Glaswegian alt-pop duo SAINT PHNX announced the second leg of their European tour starting this September!
Off the back of their gig at The Garage (Attic Bar) in Glasgow last month, see the band at SWG3 in Glasgow on Friday 2nd October - read about their time playing The Garage (Attic Bar). They head to Frankfurt on 11th September and finish in Ireland on the 5th October.
This follows the release of their new album DDMN which is out now – take a listen!
Finishing a sold out UK and Eurpeoan first leg headline tour Saint PHNX will go onto the US this March, followed by a jam packed summer of festivals; including their stop-off back in Glasgow for TRNSMT Festival when they’ll take the River Stage on Sunday 12th July in Glasgow Green.
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) are all on the debut record and have accumulated tens of millions of streams. In that time they have sold out headline shows, supported Yungblud and Lewis Capaldi on their sold out shows and performed on festival stages including a revered set at Reading and Leeds.
Watch the video for their latest single release here:
Literally speaking DDMN is short-hand for the song Deadmen which is a record about Stevie and Alan’s Dad. When asked about the album, Stevie said “the lyric ‘Head Full of Angels, Demons at My Feet’, represents the concept of the album. DDMN is about a journey to find yourself. It’s the story of the band, where we are from and who we are today. It’s about the decisions you make in life and how they determine your outcome. The album is split into two parts; the light side and the dark side...”.
The LP starts with the ‘dark’ side which includes the tracks ‘Scream’, ‘Death Of Me’, ‘NUNCHUCK’, ‘Shake’ and focus track ‘Violence & Spiders’. According to Alan ‘the album is a map of our journey as a band and personal issues we have had to overcome. Bad decisions will see you stumble from the path and in the album, they are represented by skulls in the caves”.
The second part of DDMN is the ‘light’ side of the LP and includes tracks ‘Mountains’, ‘Deadmen’, ‘Sorry’, and the unreleased ‘Follow’ and ‘Up To The Stars’. Alan says that “the light side is about relationships; it’s about making good decisions that will lead to positivity. In our story the positive energy results in an ascent to the top of the mountain where you will see astronauts soar. We hope that we are able to make people feel uplifted.”