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“UK collective Black Saint are poised to leave a significant stamp on 2017”. – Music Radar
“This exciting new London collective are set to soundtrack the party season and clubland alike”. – Wonderland Magazine
“Collaborating their skills cohesively as DJs, producers, and songwriters, Black Saint unleash a sound that takes you from a road trip to the dance floor”. – Milk
“Black Saint are creating a distinctive sound which is about to roll through and create a storm in the dance music charts”. – 1883 MagazineFollowing the success of the #1 UK Dance chart smash, ‘Could You Love Me’, Black Saint return to launch another prodigious new single, ‘Never Did This Before’.
Rising UK collective, Black Saint have combined their skills as DJs, producers, and songwriters to strongly cement a distinct sound in their craft. Since the release of their debut track ‘Could You Love Me’, Black Saint has received plaudits fromthe likes of Complex, Wonderland, Earmilk, MTV, V Magazine, Milk , Clash and 1883 Magazine amongst others. ‘Could You Love Me’ impressively racked up over 7 Million streams on Spotify and sold over 70k+ singles. The video was directed by coveted and award-winning director Josh Cole (Rudimental, Chase & Status).
Black Saint have previously embarked on paramount projects like supporting Martin Solveig and Oliver Heldens, playing prestigious London venues such as KOKO and Roundhouse, and adding their own signature sound to official remixes including Dua Lipa’s ‘Blow Your Mind’ and Robin Schulz’s ‘Ok’. They have also previously executed a series of live-streamed ‘guerrilla-style’ events. These ‘house parties’ comes in response to the decline of London’s club culture and the closure of many of the city’s most long-standing venues, showcasing the importance and relevance of clubbing institutions within London’s cultural landscape – a space for a community to integrate themselves, build relationships and develop their own identity.
‘Never Did This Before’ adds to Black Saint’s signature tone, which will lead the trio to prove their influence through unleashing more dynamic sounds that will resonate memorably within the current music climate in the UK and beyond.
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