[@santinolesaint] Live at Earth Hackney: an intimate ode to rock

Supported by INFAMOUSIZAK and Scuti, the set crescendos with a performance of his brand new track ‘Paranoia’, conjuring a collective sway from the crowd as he shares with the audience the internal battles he has penned into his lyricism, communicated through his boundless vocal range.
by SOPHIA HILL May 11, 2022

There is a sense that even in such a spacious venue like the Earth, Santino Le Saint can truly make the crowd feel like they’re on stage with him–as he intimately serenades the front row with rock-fueled instrumentals over r&b ballads. Check out some photos from the striking performance below.

Supported by INFAMOUSIZAK and Scuti, the set crescendos with a performance of his brand new track ‘Paranoia’, conjuring a collective sway from the crowd as he shares with the audience the internal battles he has penned into his lyricism, communicated through his boundless vocal range.


While there is a celebration of the old and new, the night was about looking forward to what marks a new era for Le Saint and his future in music. With last year’s debut album ‘Beautiful Disaster’ being a narration of his journeys through fear and darkness to new-found joy and reconciliation. And of course, one final encore was given as Santino brought the show to a close after a stellar performance of his new song “Paranoia”.

If you haven’t already, tune into Santino’s ‘Beautful Disaster‘ below.