Brisbane’s The Jungle Giants have dropped the title track of their highly anticipated fourth studio album, “Love Signs” (out 7/23!) – the instant new single stars woozy synths, the Australians’ signature can’t-stop-won’t-stop bass line, and paints the picture of modern day romance, and how alongside the physical and non-verbal displays of affection, modern day love signs also take the form of texts, tweets and tags.
“exquisite hooks and pristine production” – KCRW
“We officially entered electropop season once temperatures began nearing (or surpassing) the triple-digit mark, which means—in addition to being severely uncomfortable and generally concerning regarding the well-being of our planet—the forthcoming record from Australia’s The Jungle Giants couldn’t come at a better time.” – Flood Magazine
The Jungle Giants have come to be known as Australian indie-rock royalty, amassing awards and more than 300 million streams worldwide. They’ve been evolving since the gleaming indie-pop of their 2013 debut album “Learn to Exist” gave way to eclectic post-punk on 2015’s “Speakerzoid” and angular dance-rock on 2017’s “Quiet Ferocity”.
Driven by optimism, creative freedom and a desire to “go weird, go funny, and not be scared,” The Jungle Giants are producing their most exciting and popular work yet. They’re currently playing select shows in Australia in the lead-up to the release of “Love Signs” on July 23rd, and will head back to our shores first part of the new year (see our tour page)!.