Watch: The Jungle Giants – Every Kind Of Way

Watch: The Jungle Giants – Every Kind Of Way

They say wine gets better with age and Every Kind Of Way is proof The Jungle Giants are no different.

For a band that were perhaps erring on the side of same/same, jangly indie-rockers The Jungle Giants have undergone a relatively small sonic jump with Every Kind Of Way and re-invigorated themselves moving into 2015. Especially that bass line, it ripples through the track like an aggressive six-year old throwing rocks in a pond. And while the vocal technique has been done before in tracks like I Am What You Want Me To Be it sounds so fresh within the re-organised soundscape. Then there’s the video’s heavily chopped editing style that characterises the vibrancy that fizzes out this song. It’s all nicely capped off with spoken word elements that add another layer of commentary to the narrative that slowly emerges from the clip. They're also taking this one tour, check the dates below:

EVERY KIND OF WAY TOUR DATES
w/ special guests Moses Gun Collective & Foreign/National (except *)

Friday 15 May - Howler, Melbourne

Friday 22 May - Brightside, Brisbane

Saturday 23 May - Oxford Art Factory, Sydney

Friday 29 May - Amplifier, Perth* w/ special guests Grrrl Pal & Flower Drums

Saturday 30 May - Uni Bar, Adelaide (Licensed All Ages)

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