It’s been four long years since production duo Josh Lloyd-Watson and Tom McFarland took the British Summertime (*about three Summertimes actually) by storm with their self-titled debut. The duo have carved out a sound so signature that it is instantly identifiable; whether it’s blasting out of a festival rig or on a Nokia advert, a few seconds of that falsetto and those horns and it’s a wrap.
Fast forward to the first genuinely sunny spell of 2018 and Jungle are back with two new songs. ‘Happy Man’ is signature Jungle, however, second single ‘House In LA’ showcases a new side to the band that indicates album #2 will offer up some brilliant surprises when it drops in the height of 2018’s next super hot spell no doubt.
We are delighted to see Jungle vocalist Nat Zangi dancing in the brand new ‘Twice As Nice’ Ecru Denim Painter’s Pants and Cropped Anorak throughout the video for ‘House In LA’. From the driveway to the rooftop until sun fall, we’ve never seen an outfit and location work so well together. Keep your eyes peeled for more on that collection in the near future. In the meantime, be sure to give the video a spin above ^
I feel alive in the sunlight All my fears are only real life Yeah, I feel alive in the sunlight now Two whole years on the rewrite Tell my friends I’m gonna be right there