Forged in the suburban sprawl between Philadelphia and New York City, SAINT SLUMBER is an all-American rock band. Formed in the small, quiet towns of their upbringing, the band takes their music from their bedroom studios to stages beyond. 

Self-producing all of their own records, their creative autonomy can be seen in the band’s 2017 debut EP entitled YOUTH//1. An expansive record for its breadth, SAINT SLUMBER juxtaposes the sounds of dreamy, electronic pop alongside alternative rock on their five song EP. In conjunction with the record, the band collaborated with producer Modern Machines to release the EDM-indie crossover track, "Hazy." In its first year, the band's debut tracks accrued a million streams, garnering the band appearances on the legendary SoFar Sounds sessions and Balcony TV, finishing the year strong by playing Philadelphia Winter Jawn Festival with Dashboard Confessional and the Struts to a record-breaking crowd.

2018 brings SAINT SLUMBER into a new year, a new chapter, and a new EP cycle. Starting the summer off strong, Saint Slumber was added to Radio 104.5's Birthday Bash, playing with 30 Seconds to Mars, Portugal. the Man, and Walk the Moon on their Philadelphia stop of the Monolith Tour. Looking to build off of the success of their debut record, the band plans on releasing its new EP, entitled "YOUTH//2," in the summer of 2018.  Ambitiously heading into its second year, the band is only getting started. 


SAINT SLUMBER's new single "I THINK I LIKE YOU" is out now on all stores.


"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


"While YOUTH//1 is a timely release... and experimenting with mixed genres is becoming the norm in pop music, the album still feels completely unique. YOUTH//1 is an undeniably strong start for Saint Slumber." -Elyse Jankowski, Stars and Scars


"For any diehard music fan, discovering one of today’s most popular recording artists before they become famous is the dream... Saint Slumber’s music is good, but their live show is so much more.  You still have the opportunity to see them in intimate settings.  Don’t miss your chance." -Fran Chismar, i99Radio




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