Saint Punk Encourages Fans to Dance With New Drop ‘It’s Alright (Not)’ via STMPD RCRDS
Los Angeles native Saint Punk is encouraging fans to dance through the hard times with his latest single “It’s Alright (Not)”, out now via STMPD RCRDS.
Mirroring the sentiments of current events, Saint Punk delivers a radical take with “It’s Alright (Not)”, reminding his listeners that they can still find happiness through music. In his established Grunge House style, Saint Punk kicks off with a driving, staccato beat, before cascading into his deep vocals where he encourages listeners to take a moment and get lost in dance. As he exhales the sage advice to cut a rug, the track zips into an arrangement of thumping beats before allowing listeners to catch their breaths once more to the sound of Saint Punk’s vocals.
“It’s Alright (Not)” is Saint Punk’s debut release on STMPD, and follows a string of original singles that have been made to capture the essence of the changing world, providing a soundtrack to the undeniably revolutionary times of 2020. The Grunge House innovator began chronicling the frustrations of the people with the sophomore release on his imprint Grafitti Records “Molotov Cocktail”, a bass-driven track that has received support from the likes of What So Not, Black Tiger Sex Machine, Codeko, Drezo, and Styles & Complete. Saint Punk brought his rumbling bass lines and dark drum breaks to Don Diablo’s Generation HEX label by way of “Fight” , a slammer of a track that packs a punch. His recognizable sound has been heard on many beloved dance music labels, such as his collaborative release of “Brake” with Swedish production trio Brohug on Armada, which was rinsed by superstar DJs such as David Guetta, Afrojack, Oliver Heldens and Dimitri Vegas & Like Mike.
An innovator in many creative arenas, Saint Punk has a penchant for DIY artistry, teaching himself graphic design, photo, and video in order to create promotional materials for his musical projects. While he produces, writes, and lays down vocals for his own tracks, he continues to lift the veil on his production process through his bi-monthly Band Practice YouTube series, sharing his knowledge with his community.