How does one become a Saint?
Weekends in South Korea with Rick Ross, pandemic touring with Lime Cordial & an impromptu stand up set at the biggest comedy festival in the world. There’s only one Saint Lane.
The Fijian Kiwi who now resides on the Gold Coast has been releasing music under various pseudonyms for over the years. His first band Clashing Colours released their debut record with Jimmy Ivoine’s Interscope back in 2010 though he had been hustling his music long before that. After brief stints of success in various projects including a Top 5 viral song on Spotify with his duo Lane-Harry x Ike Campbell, Lane went solo and signed a record deal with iconic dance label Ministry of Sound becoming Saint Lane.
In 2019, the sudden and unexpected death of Lane’s father led to the creation of his 2020 EP “If I Leave You In The Fire” which accumulated over one million streams. The project was produced by Danny Duke (Lizzo, The Griswolds), Mike Malchicoff (Kids See Ghosts, Hobo Johnson), Dennis Dowlut (Mariah Carey, Set Mo) & Andrew Dawson (Kanye West, Tyler the Creator & Childish Gambino) to critical acclaim as well as support from Billboard, GQ, TheNeedleDrop, Triple J & NME.