You may have seen them on Vans Warped Tour, at SXSW or tearing up stages across the country at many of the hottest clubs nationwide. Or maybe you saw them on FOX NEWS, ABC 7 NEWS CHICAGO, The Mancow Show, or even watched Phosphene’s singer, Jeni, sing the National Anthem on ESPN “Friday Night Fights” hosted by Mike Tyson.
Phosphene could have caught your eye in the many press appearances they have made from coverage inside some of the best Rock N’ Roll magazines including Alternative Press and Revolver magazine. Not to mention their singer being picked as Revolver magazine’s “Hottest Chick In Hard Rock”. Their music may have grabbed your attention over the airwaves on accredited radio stations like 103.9 THE FOX, 107.5 THE ROCK, 92.9 THE X, 95 WIIL ROCK, 105.5 THE KAT, and 97.3 THE ROCK.
This Chicago based female-fronted rock band is no stranger to hard work. Phosphene debuted as a band 2 years ago at the Hard Rock Café Chicago’s Lollapalooza Afterparty. Soon after their debut, Phosphene released their first album headlining the House of Blues Chicago. But they didn’t stop there! Phosphene joined SNOCORE TOUR with The Pretty Reckless, Revolver Magazines Hottest Chicks in Hard Rock Tour with Lacuna coil and Sick Puppies, ROCKFEST with Judas Priest and Breaking Benjamin, Naperville Ribfest with Foghat and George Thorogood, and Vans Warped Tour in 2014 and 2015.
Their second album, released in March 2015, has won media attention from all over the world. Still, there is more to this passionate rock band than just killer performances and polished music! Phosphene’s inspirational messages and connection to their fans are noteworthy qualities that keep creating buzz in the music industry. It is no wonder why they are leading the Illinois market with a support team of over 120,000 fans that grows daily.