Jungle release 2 new tracks

2018-07-30 by Trifolium | 3 Comments
The two new tracks, Heavy, California and Cherry, will feature on their upcoming second album, For Ever , set to be released on September 14th.

The videos are more in vein of their earlier work, featuring slickly choreographed dance routines, whereas the first two singles of the new album, House in LA and Happy Man , did not.






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Trifolium
August 1st 2018
15834 Comments


The Heavy, California vid might even beat the rollerskating dudes vid for me. Brilliant! Can't wait for their summery new album

Trifolium
September 14th 2018
15834 Comments


New album is out today. Singles were great as we know, it contains some very nice new tracks too! They've experimented a bit with their sound too, which is nice to hear.

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