Rangers fans SAINT PHNX have seen their Europa League final track, ‘Make Us Dream’ enjoy huge success after the band revealed it had been streamed over 100,000 times in two days since it was released and getting to number two the iTunes chart.
The Wishaw band, consisting of brothers Al and Stevie Jukes, released the song which has been officially endorsed by the club, sit behind British Eurovision star Sam Ryder in the race for the number one spot.
The track takes its title from a Tifo by the Union Bears urging the Rangers stars to ‘Make Us Dream’ of a second European success – 50 years after the Barcelona Bears won the Cup Winners’ Cup.
Since making it through the groups, Rangers have knocked out Borussia Dortmund, Red Star Belgrade, Braga and RB Leipzig ahead of facing Frankfurt tonight in Seville in the Europa League final.
The band have recorded a special version of Ibrox anthem Blue Sea of Ibrox for BBC Scotland show A View from the Terrace and performed at Ibrox ahead of the clash with Ibrox earlier this season.
The track has gone down incredibly well with Rangers fans and has even been featured by the club in some of their pre-match content.
Rangers fans have got right behind SAINT PHNX anthem ‘Make Us Dream’
Spending the last few days at number two in the iTunes chart, ahead of likes of Harry Styles, Lizzo, George Ezra and last year’s Eurovision winners Måneskin.
Fans can buy the track on Amazon or iTunes while it can also be streamed on Spotify – and the initial teaser of the track quickly racked up some huge numbers as Rangers supporters showed their support.
With Rangers just 90 minutes away from immortality, there will no doubt be plenty more streams of it today ahead of the game – and hopefully even more if Gio van Bronckhorst’s side lift the Europa League.