Forged in the suburban sprawl between Philadelphia and New York City, SAINT SLUMBER is an all-American rock band for the digital age. Formed in the small, quiet towns of rural America, the alt-pop trio is comprised of vocalist Joshua Perna, guitarist Aaron Brown, and drummer Matt Carpenter.

Self-producing all of their own records, the band first displayed their autonomy and ambition by deciding to release their debut record in three parts, calling it the YOUTH// Trilogy. In 2017, the band released the YOUTH//1 EP, accruing over one million streams in their first year. The band finished their first album cycle strongly by playing Radio 104.5's Winter Jawn Festival with Dashboard Confessional and AJR to a record-breaking crowd. 

SAINT SLUMBER began it’s second year with a bang, playing the BB&T Pavilion with 30 Seconds to Mars, Chvrches, and Walk the Moon on their Philadelphia stop of the Monolith Tour. The band released an ambitious string of singles and music videos from their second release, acquiring features and support by Billboard, Nylon, and Alt Press as they released the YOUTH//2 EP in September of 2018. The band toured with Young Rising Sons in support of the EP before releasing their single “FEVER,” featured on Spotify’s New Music Friday, and “MakeDamnSure,” a collaboration with Adventure Club reaching a million streams in its first month.

In early 2019, SAINT SLUMBER announced the final installment to their YOUTH// Trilogy: YOUTH//3. Throughout the summer, the band released their two lead singles “MANTRA” and “SLEEPTALK” to critical acclaim, finding support by Ones to Watch, Alternative Press, and Atwood Magazine amongst others. Following features on Spotify’s New Noise, Emotron, and Rock Your Block playlists, the band released the YOUTH//3 EP in August of 2019 before making explosive live performances supporting Judah and the Lion at Philadelphia’s The Met and performing alongside Adventure Club to a sold-out crowd at the legendary Madison Square Garden.


YOUTH//3 is out everywhere now.

[MANTRA is] your first taste of Saint Slumber... before they catapult themselves to the top of the charts.
— -Live Nation's Ones to Watch
Youth//2 EP has five tracks, each with their own indie-rock flavor that incorporate synth-pop vibes and breathy vocals… All five tracks make for a unique, yet cohesive, collection, providing an awe-inspiring set-up to the third part of their Youth trilogy.
— Taylor Weatherby, Billboard
Producing all their own work, Saint Slumber’s imposing, splashy debut frames their masterful skills without pause, indicating they are on the edge of glory and capable of even more colossal things.
— Jason Scott, B-Sides and Badlands




MGMT // Luca Zanello,

BOOKING // Ben Mench-Thurlow,

PRESS // Sarah Facciolo,