The Jungle Giants drop new single, Feel The Way I Do, join Groovin The Moo

The Jungle Giants drop new single, Feel The Way I Do, join Groovin The Moo

Taken from their next album, due mid-2017.

As part of this morning's rather large Groovin The Moo announcement featuring the likes of The Darkness, Snakehips and Tash Sultana, The Jungle Giants have released a new single, Feel The Way I Do. The funky, kinda weird, very great new track is the first taste of their next album, the follow-up to 2015's Speakerzoid, which is due in the middle of this year.

Speakerzoid saw the band tour the country on numerous sold out tours, alongside joining plenty of major Aussie festivals including Splendour In The Grass and Perth's own Wonderland, but Feel The Way I Do has us very much looking ahead to what comes next. It's a mish-mash of abstract indie-pop sounds, jangly guitars, frontman Sam Hales' joyous vocals, a very dance-able beat and deliciously groovy basslines.

Take a listen below, and check those GTM dates down the bottom, and the full lineup HERE.

GROOVIN THE MOO DATES:

Fri 28 Apr | Adelaide Showground, Wayville SA (NEW VENUE)

Sat 29 Apr | Maitland Showground, Maitland, NSW

Sun 30 Apr | Murray Sports Complex, Townsville Cricket Grounds, Annandale, QLD

Sat 6 May | Bendigo’s Price of Wales Showground, Bendigo, VIC

Sun 7 May | University of Canberra, Bruce, ACT

Sat 13 May | Hay Park, Bunbury, WA

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