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LISTEN: Jungle – For Ever

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It’s been four years since Jungle dropped that incredible first album, and the magic hasn’t gone anywhere. Listen to their sublime sophomore LP For Ever today, and suss out their newly announced Australian tour dates below.

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Australian tour

Sun 21 April – Metropolis, Fremantle
Wed 24 April – Enmore Theatre, Sydney
Fri 26 April – Tivoli, Brisbane
Sun 28 April – Forum, Melbourne

Presale tickets available Tuesday 18th September at 10am
General public tickets on sale Wednesday 19th September at 9am

For Ever is out now via Remote Control Records. 



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