- 28 Mar 23
With Jungle's new single 'Candle Flame' and its official music video comes the news of their anticipated fourth album Volcano and a new tour announcement.
The British producer-DJ duo Jungle have unveiled the BBC Radio 1 hit 'Candle Flame' and its accompanying music video with the announcement of their newest album, Volcano.
Set to be released by Caoila and AWAL, Volcano embodies a high-energy spirit and was masterfully crafted on tour while the masterminds behind Jungle, Josh Lloyd-Watson and Tom McFarland, were staying at an Airbnb in Los Angeles. When they returned to London, they recorded it at Studio B at Metropolis Studios.
For the vibrant and groovy 'Candle Flame,' the duo paired with the American rapper Erick the Architect. Like the single, the official music video is not only striking but makes you want to get up and dance freely.
“As Jungle," they said, "We are incredibly proud of our latest release, 'Candle Flame'. We wanted to create a song that was both personal and relatable, exploring the highs and lows of love and relationships in a way that was both poetic and authentic"
The first single from the album, Candle Flame, featuring @erickarcelliott is out now. Watch the video and stream the track. https://t.co/ZPSn1qgQzR pic.twitter.com/TTH5YU0ABa
— Jungle (@jungle4eva) March 27, 2023
"Working with Erick The Architect was an absolute pleasure, and his unique perspective and talent added an extra layer of depth and richness to the track. 'Candle Flame' represents everything that we stand for as a band - creativity, passion, and a commitment to making music that touches the hearts and minds of our fans. We can't wait for everyone to hear it, and we hope that it brings joy and inspiration to all who listen.”
The new single heralds the continuation of their latest album, Loving In Stereo. Since their self-titled debut album earned them a Mercury Prize nomination and their momentous third album debuted at #3 in the domestic charts and #1 in the US Billboard Dance Albums chart, Volcano is certainly well anticipated.
With guests like Billie Eilish, the DJ duo have brought their take on disco and soul music to major arena shows. Their anticipated fourth album Volcano will drop August 11th, after they play this year's Beyond the Pale Festival. Set in Glendalough, Co. Wicklow, the festival is taking place from June 16th to June 18th.
Following Volcano's drop, Jungle are set to take All Points East by storm on August 26th, before beginning a North American and European headline tour.
Tickets for their tour go on sale Friday, March 31st at 10AM. Those who sign up for the duo's mailing list before Wednesday will receive access to the pre-sale, which goes live Thursday, March 30th at 10AM.
Check out 'Candle Light's video here:
Pre-save Jungle's up-coming album, here, and check out its tracklist below:
1 - 'Us Against The World'
2- 'Holding On'
3 - 'Candle Flame (Feat. Erick the Architect)'
4 - 'Dominoes'
5 - 'I've Been In Love (Feat. Channel Tres)'
6 - 'Back On 74'
7 - 'You Ain't No Celebrity (Feat. Roots Manuva)'
8 - 'Coming Back'
9 - 'Don't Play (Feat. Mood Talk)'
10 - 'Every Night'
11 - 'Problemz'
12 - 'Good At Breaking Hearts (Feat. JNR Williams & 33.3)'
13 - 'Palm Trees'
14 - 'Pretty Little Thing (Feat. Bas)'
Check out Jungle's up-coming tour dates here:
16-18 June - IE - Beyond The Pale Festival, Wicklow - DJ set
26th - UK, London, All Points East - HEADLINERS
6th - USA, Santa Barbara, Bowl
7th - USA, Los Angeles, The Forum
9th - USA, San Francisco, Bill Graham Civic Auditorium
13th - Canada, Vancouver, PNE Forum
14th - USA, Portland, Edgefield
15th - USA, Seattle, Wamu
18th - USA, Madison, The Sylvee
19th - USA, Chicago, Aragon
21st - Canada, Toronto, Echo Beach
23rd - Canada, Montreal, Place Bell
26th - USA, Boston, Roadrunner
27th - USA, Philadelphia, Franklin Music Hall
28th - USA, Washington DC, Anthem
30th - USA, New York, Forest Hills
24th - France, Paris, Le 104
25th - France, Paris, Le 104
27th - Spain, Barcelona, Razzmatazz
28th - Spain, Madrid, La Riviera
29th - Portugal, Lisbon, Campo Pequeno
31st - France, Toulouse, Le Bikini
1st - France, Nimes, La Paloma
2nd - Italy, Milan, Alcatraz
4th - Switzerland, Zurich, Halle 622
5th - Germany, Munich, TonHalle
6th - Germany, Berlin, Verti Music Hall
8th - Sweden, Stockholm, Cirkus
9th - Norway, Oslo, Sentrum Scene
10th - Denmark, Copenhagen, KB Hallen
11th - Denmark, Aarhus, Train
13th - Germany, Hamburg, Sporthalle
14th - Germany, Cologne, Palladium
15th - Netherlands, Amsterdam, AFAS Live
16th - Belgium, Antwerp, Lotto Arena