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JUNGLE

Saturday, October 23
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JUNGLE RETURNS WITH LOVING IN STEREO, HIGHLY ANTICIPATED NEW ALBUM OUT AUGUST 13.
Loving In Stereo, the highly anticipated new album from British songwriting and production duo Jungle, is set for release August 13 via AWAL. “Keep Moving,” the album’s debut single, premieres today accompanied by an official music video.
As Loving In Stereo is an album that embodies what’s sure to be a summer of social liberation, it’s fitting thathttps://www.etix.com/ticket/p/7901827/monqui-presentsjungleall-ages-portland-mcmenamins-crystal-ballroom-portlandor Jungle are experiencing something similar. Lifelong friends J and T are embracing the new-found freedom of launching their own label for the first time, a decision that has initiated a creative rebirth. They’ve ditched the external influences, put commercial considerations on the backburner and avoided second-guessing what people expect from them. Instead, they’ve taken their music back to their roots, to a time when they could make whatever music they liked without overthinking it. The album’s themes exude positivity—new beginnings, new love and fighting back against the odds. “When we write music there’s hope,” adds Lloyd-Watson. “Maybe today we’ll create something that influences people and changes the way they feel. If you can make something that lifts people, that’s an amazing feeling.”
Loving In Stereo was recorded at J and T’s own studio as well as The Church Studios. The album features songwriting contributions from Inflo—a Mercury Prize and Ivor Novello Award winner for his work with Michael Kiwanuka and Little Simz—as well as vocal contributions from rapper Bas and rising star Priya Ragu, which marks the duo’s first feature collaborations.
In support of the forthcoming album, Jungle has confirmed an extensive run of worldwide tour dates. Adding to their already vibrant live shows, the duo will create the feeling of stepping into a Jungle video shoot by amplifying the focus on their choreography and visual aesthetics.