Rangers fan duo SAINT PHNX break into iTunes chart with latest release
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Rangers fan duo SAINT PHNX break into iTunes chart with latest release

Scottish band SAINT PHNX have never made any bones about their allegiances to Rangers and now the brotherly duo are making waves on the UK iTunes chart.

The alternative pop band consists of brothers Stevie and Alan Jukes and they’ve already racked up millions of streams with their uplifting, energetic music.

Now, the pair have released their latest single Happy Place with the song already climbing into the top 20 of the UK iTunes charts, just days after its release.

Only this afternoon was the song in the top 10 with the track being played all over the world.

The song – which was written in dedication to the two boys’ father – is an emotional tribute that has attracted attention from the likes of Radio One DJ Fearne Cotton.

Happy Place has already racked up over 100k streams and it could be the track which elevates this likeable and popular band into the mainstream.

Fans are being invited to help support the bluenose duo in any way they can by either streaming or downloading the track.

The pair even got a shout out on RangersTV as Emma Dodds appealed to Gers fans to check out the song.

Click the link HERE for more information on how you can listen to the track and support the SAINT PHNX brothers in the success of a song which has huge emotional significance to them.

We wish them all the best and let’s hope that there’s some more good news to come for SAINT PHNX as Happy Place grows in popularity with every listen.

Here’s a clip of SAINT PHNX performing a rendition of a Rangers classic on popular BBC Scotland show A View from the Terrace.