SAINT PHNX to cover Rangers classic on A View from the Terrace
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SAINT PHNX to cover Rangers classic on A View from the Terrace

Scottish rock band SAINT PHNX are set to cover a Rangers classic on BBC Scotland’s new football programme A View from the Terrace.
The episode, which airs tonight at 11pm on the new BBC Scotland channel, will include a special cover of Rangers anthem the Blue Sea of Ibrox.
The brotherly duo have built a reputation for rousing, emphatic choruses. And choruses don’t come much more rousing or emphatic than this one.


Fans will be able to watch the full thing on tonight’s episode. Fairplay to the band for going on the show and making this – Rangers fans will be excited to see it.
SAINT PHNX are a Glaswegian duo in the style of Imagine Dragons, Kasabian and Royal Blood. They continue to grow in popularity and are currently preparing to play at South by Southwest (SXSW) in Austin, Texas.
But they’ve clearly never forgotten their roots going by the rendition of this Rangers classic.
A View From the Terrace is a new football programme which has been launched as part of the new BBC Scotland channel.

The Glaswegian duo will cover the famous song about the crowd at Ibrox stadium. (Photo by Ian MacNicol/Getty Images)

The show is a youthful, creative look at the national game which looks to celebrate the great and good of it and have a bit of fun in the process.
It describes itself as “an irreverent, sideways look at the world of Scottish Football”.
Tune in to tonight’s episode if you want to see SAINT PHNX covering the Blue Sea of Ibrox.