Jungle - "Time" (video)

by Brice Ezell

8 July 2014

The London-based Jungle meld pop, funk, and electro into an infectious mix on its latest video, "Time", from their forthcoming self-titled LP.
 

If Jungle isn’t on your radar now, then adjust your sights. (Although don’t say we didn’t warn you!) This group, based out of London are in the business of making pop music that is impossible to get out of your head. Their latest video, the positively infectious “Time”, is an appropriate teaser for the band’s forthcoming full-length, self-titled debut, which brings together pop, funk, and electro into a striking melange.
  



Jungle is out through XL on July 15th, and it can be streamed via iTunes for the duration of the week leading up to its release.

 

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