Four years removed from their last studio album (2017's 'Quiet Ferocity') indie rockers The Jungle Giants will release their fourth studio record 'Love Signs' this winter (23 July).
They've the doubled the good news by also announcing a six-date national tour taking in Hobart, Melbourne, Fremantle, Brisbane and Sydney in September.
The group's newest single is the delightful indie-dance blast that is 'Treat You Right' and is one of four previously released songs that will feature on 'Love Signs'; the others are 'Heavy Hearted' (which won Queensland Music Awards 2020 Song Of The Year), 'Sending Me Ur Loving', and 'In Her Eyes'.
A record that was written and produced solely by Sam Hales, he went to work on 'Love Signs' shortly after the band had returned from a world tour in early 2020. "It's been a really good process, really self-affirming," Hales says of making 'Love Signs'.
"When you trust in your ability, and you trust in your heart, and just be really honest, that's the best feeling in the world. The album is about all those little messages we send each other, the love signs."
Tickets to The Jungle Giants tour go on sale at 9am (local time) on 1 June. More information.
'Love Signs' will be released 23 July. Pre-order it.
The Jungle Giants 2021 Tour Dates
Fri 3 Sep - The Goods Shed (Hobart)Sat 4 Sep - Sidney Myer Music Bowl (Melbourne)Fri 10 Sep - Thebarton Theatre (Adelaide)Sat 11 Sep - Fremantle Arts CentreSat 18 Sep - The Riverstage (Brisbane)Fri 24 Sep - Hordern Pavilion (Sydney)