Becky Jones, better known as Saint Saviour, is an English musician. Formerly of the electro band The RGBs, she toured with Groove Armada as their lead singer in 2010 before deciding to create her own solo act.
Her song, “This ain’t no hymn” appeared in the 2011 trailer for the film Miss Bala.
As she writes on her official website, “I’ve been hanging about the periphery of music for a few years now, mainly collaborating with electronic producers, writing really positive, upbeat pop/dance tunes.”
Originally from Stockton-on-Tees, she moved to London in 2003. She adopted the name ‘Saint Saviour’ after seeing it regularly while running in the St Saviour’s Dock area of London. She was lead singer in the RGBs, who toured with Groove Armada, before joining the latter. In 2010, Saint Saviour provided a vocal collaboration for Groove Armada on their album, Black Light, and toured as the band’s singer.
She subsequently worked as a solo artist, supporting Hurts on tour in 2010. Her voice has drawn comparisons with Kate Bush, Elizabeth Fraser, and Sinéad O’Connor.
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OneGirlOneBoy are two human beings that live, write, record and produce music together.
At the age of 24 OneGirlOneBoy decided to take every aspect of the creative process into thier own hands.
Influenced by their collection of vinyl records they begin to write songs, deciding a home made feel would make their music more organic.
They have one attic room in which the whole of the process takes place. Boy creates the music you hear using: one laptop, one mixer, one microphone, one guitar and production software.
Girl creates the visuals you see using: one laptop, one webcam and editing software.