The Jungle Giants



“Their impressive live show has developed into one of the best in the country.”


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

“The four-piece Brisbane outfit showed the sold out crowd that they are a force to be reckoned with.”
Alongside Kendrick Lamar, Gang Of Youths and Lorde, Brisbane 4-piece The Jungle Giants dominated this year’s triple j Hottest 100, with numerous entries from their 2017 release Quiet Ferocity. The only independent act to achieve four placements, the stellar result saw tracks ‘Used To Be Love’ land #59, ‘Bad Dream’ #57, ‘On Your Way Down’ #50 and a Top 20 inclusion with ‘Feel The Way I Do,’ nabbing #16. In celebration, the band have today announced their ‘Used To Be In Love’ tour. Tickets on-sale now.

Thrilling crowds with their electric main stage shows at Falls Festival, the tour will mark the band’s final national run of the critically acclaimed third album Quiet Ferocity. Beginning April 5th in Geelong, the tour will hit select regional towns and include Under 18/All Ages capital city shows. Rising talents Alice Ivyand Evan Klar will be on support duty.

The Brisbane 4-piece defied expectations with career high third album ‘Quiet Ferocity.’ Recorded and produced entirely themselves, the album featured hit singles ‘Feel the Way I Do,’ ‘Bad Dream,’ ‘Used To Be In Love’ and ‘On Your Way Down.’ Racking up well over 50 million Spotify streams, the record topped numerous 2017 Best Of lists and landed #7 on triple j listeners Top 10 Albums of 2017.

Renowned for their energetic live sets, filled with charging dance hooks and contagious scream-your-lungs-out choruses, The Jungle Giants have played shows in LA, New York, Toronto, Austin, Singapore, Kuala Lumpur, Jakarta and New Zealand. Appearing at numerous festivals including Groovin The Moo, Splendour In The Grass and Falls Festival, the ‘Used To Be In Love’ tour follows last year’s sold-out national album tour.



Thur, 5 April | Barwon Club, Geelong
Fri 6, April | 170 Russell, Melbourne
Thur, 12 April | Commonwealth Games Festival, Gold Coast
Fri, 13 April | Metro Theatre,Sydney [Lic/Aa]
Sat, 14 April | Uc Refectory, Canberra
Fri 20, April | The Tivoli, Brisbane
Sat 21, April | Sol Bar, Maroochydore
Sun 22, April | The Zoo, Brisbane [U18’s] – Matinee Show
Tue 24, April | Astor Theatre, Perth [Lic/Aa]
Wed 25, April | HQ, Adelaide [Lic/Aa]