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Jungle Giants

Learn To Exist Tour



Brisbane youngsters The Jungle Giants played a headline show at the Prince Bandroom as part of their ‘Learn To Exist’ album tour.

Twinsy warmed the crowd up with some feel good tropical fun as they performed some of their catchy summer-soaked anthems including 'Water Bombs' and 'Back of my Car'. Boasting infectious melodies with steel drums and quirky samples these guys know how to throw a calypso party! The Jungle Giants stunning lead guitarist Cesira Aitken even joined in the fun for a guitar battle during their last song.

Indie-pop rockers The Jungle Giants kicked things off with 'Come and Be Alone With Me' off their recently released debut album and instantly had you hooked from the very first note.

Commanding an exceptional stage presence, this energetic foursome have a knack for instantly putting you in a good mood and engaging you to sing along to their contagious choruses and tap along to their catchy guitar riffs.

The band’s fresh new material showcased their diversity and received a great response from the audience who were well versed on the material.

Their latest single 'Skin To Bone' was bursting with hard-hitting drums and punchy choruses with strong hooks, while the staccato filled 'Domesticated Man' recounted a mischievous and truthful tale of past personal experiences.

They exposed their softer and emotional side on 'A Pair of Lovers' and heart-wrenching 'Truth May Hurt' as lead singer Sam Hales showcased his strong range of vocals filled with sweet falsettos. They mixed things up a bit with an acoustic jazz version of the sublime track 'Home'.

The set ended on a high with the upbeat crowd pleaser 'I Am What You Want Me To Be' before a double encore of 'Devil’s in the Detail' and stand out favourite 'She’s a Riot'.

These giants have certainly proved their existence since their first EP and leaving a lasting impression as they continue to deliver great and exciting things.
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