The release arrives alongside an official visual
British production duo Jungle have unveiled another taste of their forthcoming record Loving In Stereo, sharing their collaboration with New York rapper and Dreamville artist Bas, Romeo.
The release arrives alongside an official visual, directed by JFC Productions (J Lloyd and Charlie Di Placido), with choreography from Nathaniel Williams. The release continues the duos collaboration with the dancers featured in their previous two music videos.
Speaking of the track, one half of the duo Josh Lloyd-Watson comments: “We’d never had a featured artist on a record before but Bas is part of the journey of this album and so it just had to make the cut.”
Bas adds, “Worlds colliding. I’ve always been on a mission to work with artists who’s sounds and worlds inspire me beyond rap’s sonic landscape. Jungle been high on that list since a recommendation from a friend when I was in London bout 7 years ago. Was and still am completely blown away by their music. Fast forward to The Greatest Day Ever Festival a few years back, our dressing rooms were down the hall from each other, and I was BIG LIT off tequila so the voice in my head was like “GO IN THERE N TELL THEM HOW DOPE THEY ARE “. I burst in there like the Kool Aid man and did just that. We linked back up in London and now we got a tuuune. I guess the moral of the story is listen to the tequila voice in your head?”
Loving In Stereo is the third studio album from the duo, set to be full of huge dance-floor tracks that will soundtrack the back end of your year. The album also serves as the first time Jungle have collaborated with other vocalists, with Tamil-Swiss Priya Ragu and US rapper Bas both featuring on the record.
Watch the music video for Romeo below! Loving In Stereo is out August 13.