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UK duo Jungle have announced the release of their fourth studio album ‘Volcano’, due to land this summer on August 11.
‘Volcano’ arrives almost two years to the date after their last LP, ‘Loving In Stereo’, set for release on the band’s joint imprint Caiola Records.
The announcement comes alongside a new track from the duo, ‘Candle Flame’ featuring Erick The Architect, which landed earlier this week, March 27.
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“As Jungle, we are incredibly proud of our latest release, ‘Candle Flame’,” the pair said on the new track. “We wanted to create a song that was both personal and relatable, exploring the highs and lows of love and relationships in a way that was both poetic and authentic.”
The pair added that this track “represents everything we stand for as a band”, with a “commitment to making music that touches the hearts and minds of our fans”.
‘Candle Flame’ was released on Tuesday as part of a partnership between the production duo and WeTransfer. The track was the first in a series of free digital drops for fans, and included phone and desktop wallpapers, a ringtone, and the track itself.
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The next record is set to include a slew of features from the likes of Channel Tres, Roots Manuva, and JNR Williams, as well as Bas, who previously featured on a handful of tracks in ‘Loving In Stereo’.
Jungle have also shared details for a forthcoming US/EU tour, due to start this September following the record’s release and a headline set at London’s All Points East festival.
The duo will embark on September 6, starting in North America where they’ll hit LA, Vancouver, Chicago, Philadelphia, New York, and more. The tour will carry on through Europe in October and November, concluding at Antwerp’s Lotto Arena.
Check out Jungle’s tour dates below, and listen to ‘Candle Flame’, the pair’s brand new track here.
Jungle US/EU tour:
6th – USA, Santa Barbara, Bowl
7th – USA, Los Angeles, The KIA Forum
9th – USA, San Francisco, Bill Graham Civic Auditorium
13th – Canada, Vancouver, PNE Forum
14th – USA, Portland, Edgefield Concerts
15th – USA, Seattle, Wamu Theatre
18th – USA, Madison, The Sylvee
19th – USA, Chicago, Byline Bank Aragon Ballroom
21st – Canada, Toronto, Echo Beach
23rd – Canada, Montreal, Place Bell
26th – USA, Boston, Roadrunner
27th – USA, Philadelphia, Franklin Music Hall
28th – USA, Washington DC, The Anthem
30th – USA, New York, Forest Hills Stadium
24th – France, Paris, LE CENTQUATRE
27th – Spain, Barcelona, Razzmatazz
28th – Spain, Madrid, Palacio Vistalegre
29th – Portugal, Lisbon, Campo Pequeno
31st – France, Toulouse, Le Bikini
1st – France, Nimes, La Paloma
2nd – Italy, Milan, Alcatraz
4th – Switzerland, Zurich, X-Tra
5th – Germany, Munich, TonHalle
6th – Germany, Berlin, Verti Music Hall
8th – Sweden, Stockholm, Filadelfia
9th – Norway, Oslo, Sentrum Scene
10th – Denmark, Copenhagen, KB Hallen
13th – Germany, Hamburg, Sporthalle
14th – Germany, Cologne, Palladium
15th – Netherlands, Amsterdam, AFAS Live
16th – Belgium, Antwerp, Lotto Arena
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Written by: Tim Hopkins