Frontman Rich Mills of Global Citizen live on stage at Club AntiChrist Recently described as "a bit of an AntiChrist super group" by Synthetic Sensations Magazine for their 'devilishly' good looks, Global Citizen have grown into stars on the alternative music scene since their debut Master Stroke on RebCo Records in 2008.

It was no surprise then when the band with their somewhat twisted and often perverse music and aforementioned striking imagery, not only with the way the band looked but also on their beautifully designed and presented cover artwork, came to cross paths with the Jed Phoenix of London brand and their sharp lines and 'hint of kink' styling.

Initially, Rich Mills a.k.a September, the frontman and songwriter of the band was asked by Jed to model for a catwalk show at the London Fetish Weekend Expo a number of years ago and the relationship between the two built from there with Rich regularly shooting for Jed's promotional shots. Rich liked the clothes so much he now owns a growing number of JPoL items and also wears them onstage and out and about and even in a couple of the bands promotional videos (the Early Morning Star video sees Rich wearing his JPOL kilt)

Recently released on Glory & Honour Records, the bands second album Nil By Mouth is attracting some excellent reviews and also contains Rich dressed in Jed Phoenix military style from head to toe in the albums booklet. The album has already spawned two spellbinding singles, Early Morning Star and Broken Doll, with a third, Don't Make It Slow, due for release mid to late December 2011.