The Jungle Giants announce huge Oz tour in support of their new album, Quiet Ferocity

The Jungle Giants announce huge Oz tour in support of their new album, Quiet Ferocity

The album is out July 7, and will be followed by an August tour around the country.

Following the announcement of their v-anticipated third album, Quiet Ferocity, out July 7, Brissie legends The Jungle Giants have also announced a very large Australian tour celebrate its release. Kicking off August 18, the tour will traverse all corners of the country with some all ages shows to boot, along with their first ever trip to New Zealand. On the album, frontman Sam Hales said, "For us, this is a really exciting time to experiment with new sounds and push the set into a new place. This record has been a really simple transition into a live set, and we can't way to play the new songs."

They'll be joined by LASTLINGS and Heaps Good Friends in support, and you can check it all out below:


the jungle giants aus tour poster 2017

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