Growing up in East Cheshire, Joe Sant has moved to Manchester with the hopes of achieving his musical dreams. Having had a difficult growing up, Joe didn’t really have many friends for most of his life and was frequently
Taking inspiration from the likes of Anderson Paak, Post Malone and Lewis
Capaldi, Joe’s music is a cross between pop and light rock with some RnB
beats are thrown in.
Since forming a band, Joe discovered how much he loves performing his own music. Joe distinctly recalls listening to Eric Clapton albums with his Dad from a very young age, and hearing him sing along, his Dad realised what a talent Joe had and got him singing lessons. After spending years performing at shows and competitions, Joe decided
to start a grunge band called Oceans On Mars, who managed to achieve over 250,000 streams across their first five singles in their first year. Having worked with big industry names such as Scruff Of The Neck and having been featured on BBC Introducing, Radio Stoke and Match Of The Day 2, Oceans On Mars were offered a Uk tour pre-pandemic, but since the lockdown restrictions caused it to be cancelled, Joe made the decision to leave the band and focus on his new musical journey.
Joe is currently the frontman of indie rock band Floor 4 and has featured on CJK Productions recent release, ‘Early Days’, and is also working on developing his music as a solo artist, with the hopes to really build his fan base and get his music heard.