Recent Billboard-charting band BLACK HEART SAINTS has once again raised the bar by unveiling a new subscription-based streaming service called Black Heart Saints TV (BHS TV). The Black Heart Saints TV app gives fans a Netflix-style experience that offers new and exclusive content, such as the band’s latest offering “Misery: The Film” — a short film based on the band’s music videos. The service also features original comedy skits created by members Mark Sean and Josh Ross, as well as live videos and interviews.
“With the launch of our own TV app, we’ve made a commitment to give fans what they want: regularly updated, exclusive content with higher production value than you’ll see on a typical band’s Facebook livestream. I challenge any record label out there to do the same for their signed artists — but don’t forget who did it first!” – Mark Sean (guitarist of Black Heart Saints)
Black Heart Saints recently debuted on the Billboard Mainstream Rock Charts Top 40 with the song “Lines”, and continues amassing fans despite the hardships created by the worldwide pandemic. The band hopes to announce rescheduled tour dates for late summer/early fall of 2020.
After debuting at South by Southwest Festival, this powerhouse quartet has been building a solid reputation as a support act for national touring bands such as Slash featuring Myles Kennedy & The Conspirators, Sevendust, Steel Panther, Pop Evil, Buckcherry, Stryper, Dirty Honey, and more.
The soaring vocals of front-man Josh Ross have drawn comparisons to Myles Kennedy and Chris Cornell. While the band is influenced by the likes of Mötley Crüe, Guns ‘N Roses, and other legendary Hard Rock acts, the commanding presence of Black Heart Saints’ live show brandishes an updated take on the genre.
Quickly conquering some of the biggest stages and festivals in the United States, Black Heart Saints has built an impressive resume, and has been recognized as one of the nation’s top emerging rock acts.
The band’s latest release, Misery EP, which features an accompanying film based on the band’s music, has received rave reviews: “When I first heard opening track ‘Lines’ I knew Black Heart Saints were onto another winner. The song, which comes across like a heavier take on ‘Southern Harmony-era’ Black Crowes, is something special indeed and a great way to start this four track EP. Just to make sure you are sat up and paying attention then ‘Crazy’ muscles in, it’s a big-riffed stomper that smashes the door down making it another great opening to a Saints’ release.” – The Rock Pit (Australia)
“Take advantage of this now. Hit those local shows while you still can, grab that grainy IG video proof and a moment to meet & greet the guys before they’re selling out stadiums and you miss that opportunity.” – Kail Rose (dRiFFt)