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The Jungle Giants

Hot off the back of a series of sold-out tour dates across the country, the huge success of their recent single, Every Kind Of Way, and the release of their brand new single, Kooky Eyes, The Jungle Giants are thrilled to reveal release details for their second album.

Out on Friday August 7, the new full-length from The Jungle Giants (the follow up to 2013’s Learn To Exist) is Speakerzoid.

‘What’s a Speakerzoid?’, I hear you ask. It’s the result of misheard song lyrics courtesy of a friend of the band while they were enjoying the opening strains of Sonic Youth’s Teenage Riot. The band loved the made-up word; it summed up the listening experience of the album so much it became the album title.

Recorded towards the close of 2014 inside a temporary studio set up near the NSW/QLD border with friend and producer, Magoo, Speakerzoid is an inventive, accomplished and ebullient record. No longer a band of talented Brisbane teenagers, The Jungle Giants have grown into a group of experienced, formidable and creative musicians filled with the sense of irrepressible vitality that has served them so well to date.

With a long history of sold-out tours behind them, tickets to The Jungle Giants’ album launch shows are sure to sell out quickly!

Art of Sleeping

After the success of the sold out Crazy tour in January this year that left stunned audiences in their wake, Art of Sleeping have just released their latest single Voodoo. Fans across the country will be able to hear the first glimpses of their eagerly awaited debut album—set for release mid-2015 via Dew Process / Universal. Capturing the band’s expansive arrangements and intoxicating lyricism Art of Sleeping’s latest single, Voodoo, is a superstitious anthem that sets a sensual soundtrack of unreciprocated heartbreak. Drums rattle, guitars soar and an imaginary wind howls as the song recounts a painful, wild love affair.

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By: The Triffid