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  • Vasili Papathanasopoulos


The bands fourth studio album, Love Signs, debuted at #1 on the ARIA Album Chart!

Image: Jesper Hede.

Following on from the release of their ARIA #1 Album Love Signs, Aussie indie-rockers The Jungle Giants have been forced to postpone their upcoming national tour, due to ongoing nationwide lockdowns.

Originally set to kick off next month, the tour is now scheduled to begin in Fremantle on November 25, continuing on to Brisbane, Hobart, Adelaide and Sydney, before wrapping up in Melbourne on December 11. Refunds are available for ticket holders who are unable to make the new dates.

Featuring the previously released singles Treat You Right, In Her Eyes, Heavy Hearted and Sending Me Ur Loving, the bands fourth studio album was created throughout the COVID-19 pandemic, written and produced solely by Sam Hales. Bringing 90s production influences, vocal falsettos laced throughout, Love Signs brings the dance-pop sonics we've come to love The Jungle Giants for.

“It’s been a really good process, really self-affirming,” Hales says of creating the record. “When you trust in your ability, and you trust in your heart, and just be really honest, that’s the best feeling in the world. The album is about all those little messages we send each other, the love signs.”

Love Signs is out now! Tickets for the bands national tour are on sale now.


Special Guests Bag Raiders (DJ Set) and Lazywax

Thur 25 Nov - Fremantle Arts Centre, Fremantle

Sat 27 Nov - Riverstage, Brisbane

Fri 3 Dec - The Goods Shed, Hobart

Sat 4 Dec - Thebarton Theatre, Adelaide

Fri 10 Dec - Hordern Pavilion, Sydney

Sat 11 Dec - Sidney Myer Music Bowl, Melbourne


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