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3:33 is out now!

Image: Montee.

New Zealand born, Gold Coast based genre-hopper, Saint Lane has returned with his new single, 3:33. To celebrate the release, and the launch of the 2023 NRL season, the musician has shared with MILKY his five favourite South Sydney Rabbitohs players!

“I was seeing a girl for a while and one day she got a message from a dude from a reality TV show, asking her out on a date. I told her she should go, just to meet the guy for a bit of a laugh and a story and they’ve been dating ever since,” Lane shares of the track, which was rritten and recorded with fellow artist, Miggy. “The song is more of an “ah well” than some Adele breakup anthem, it’s a lot of fun. I wanted to make something that blended Harry Styles & Gang of Youths.”


Dude. GI. Probably the greatest utility back of all time. An incredible indigenous activist off the field. Best State of Origin centre of all time. The Goana has gotta be the best post try celebration ever. I love this bloke.


Most underrated NRL player ever. This man was like 5 feet tall and just annihilating everybody. If you want the best 240p entertainment on the internet look up Chris Sandow highlights. Chris Sandow was a dude who played like he was the biggest player on the field, he definitely had the biggest heart. It's sad he never got to win the premiership with Souths


Dude. Big Dave Taylor. I'm trying to be the music incarnation of Dave Taylor. You never knew what this bloke was going to do. He was like 120kg and ran like Usain Bolt. His ball skills and kicking skills were unlike anybody his size has ever displayed before or after. Dave Taylor was a true once in a generation player. He's been body shamed in the media since retiring and I'm here to say you've still got it Dave.


Probably the biggest Souths signing since the 2014 premiership. I really love Latrell Mitchell. He goes out there and gives it his all while being constantly scrutinized by the media. If you want to talk about tall poppy syndrome in Australia look at Trell. A young, successful, powerful first nations man who gets overanalyzed and criticized more than any player in the sport and doesn't let it distract him, he goes out there and gives it to em week after week.


Can't make a list of favourite Rabbitohs without including my boy Jai. One of the biggest joys in my life has been watching my friends live their dreams and I can tell you first hand nobody works harder than Jai, nobody wanted it more than Jai. Jai was one of my first friends when I moved to Australia, this man is my brother for life, always proud of him. Not only that, the guy is the best defender in the NRL. Nobody is getting past Jai.

3:33 is out now!


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