The Jungle Giants

“The Jungle Giants deliver career high third album.” – ROLLING STONE

“Arguably their best album yet.” – PURPLE SNEAKERS

“The Jungle Giants could not make a wrong move, everything they brought to the table was incredible beyond belief. ” – THE MUSIC

Off the back of a huge series of sold-out national tour dates in celebration of album Quiet Ferocity, beloved Brisbane outfit The Jungle Giants today return with the visual accompaniment for latest single ‘Bad Dream.’ With the track accumulating over 1.3 million Spotify streams, the video follows an incredible performance at Brisbane’s Valley Fiesta and the announcement the four-piece are set to play Falls Festival over the summer.

Known for creating graphics chronicling continuous change and deconstruction, Berlin-based Schall & Schnabel produced video offers a mesmerising, dreamlike aesthetic of psychedelic movement and visual background noise.

Racking up over 40 million Spotify streams, The Jungle Giants are the poster people for creative risks in the studio. Recorded at Empire Studios in Brisbane, the triple j feature album ‘Quiet Ferocity’ was a result of frontman Sam Hales’ “5 days a week, 9-5” approach to the creation of album number three. Recorded and produced entirely themselves, the 10-track album features singles ‘On Your Way Down’, ‘Feel The Way I Do’, and ‘Used To Be In Love’’ which combined have accumulated over 9 million Spotify streams and numerous appearances on triple j’s most played tracks list.

No strangers to adoring crowds, The Jungle Giants have played sold-out shows across the globe, recently whipping crowds into a frenzy at Australian festival favourites Spring Break and Groovin The Moo earlier this year. Known for performances filled with charging dance hooks and contagious scream-your-lungs-out choruses, audiences can expect extraordinary sets filled with incredible tunes.


Thu, 28 December – Sun, 31 December | Falls Festival, Lorne
Fri, 29 December – Sun, 31 December | Falls Festival, Marion Bay
Sun, 31 December – Tues, 2 January | Falls Festival, Byron Bay
Sat, 6 January – Sun, 7 January | Falls Festival, Fremantle