The Jungle Giants Make their Triumphant Return to U.S. with World Tour 2020

by Leean Vargas on February 11, 2020 in Entertainment, Music, Austin, Dallas/Fort Worth,
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Make space Texas, ‘cause Australian band The Jungle Giants is coming!

Texans are in for electric performances this weekend when the visitors from down under make their triumphant return to Dallas (Club Dada, 2/15) and Austin (Stubb’s Indoors, 2/16). With Austin being the first U.S show to sell out, tickets are bound to go fast. 

This four-piece has sold out tours across their home country with over 150 million streams to date and counting.

With over 150 million streams, together The Jungle Giants have completed two monumental sold out national tours and have released three LPs. Courtesy photo

The Jungle Giants consists of vocalist/guitarist Sam Hales, lead guitarist Cesira Aitken, bassist Andrew Dooris and drummer Keelan Bijiker. Together they’ve completed two monumental sold out national tours and have released three LPs, Learn to Exist (2013), Speakerzoid (2015) and Quiet Ferocity (2017), the latter of which produced the ARIA-certified Platinum single “Feel The Way I Do” as well as three ARIA-certified Gold singles: “Used To Be In Love,” “Bad Dream” and “On Your Way Down.”

This four-piece has sold out tours across their home country. With Austin being the first U.S show to sell out, tickets are going fast. Photo Bianca Holderness

Their third album is entirely produced by Hales and quickly rose to the top of multiple Best of 2017 lists. The band’s previous single “Heavy Hearted” has been ARIA-certified Gold in Australia. Watch the video for “Heavy Heartedhere.

The band kicked off their tour in Boston on February 6th. Apart from Dallas and Austin, other upcoming tour stops include Denver, Seattle and San Francisco.


Leean Vargas is an Editorial Assistant at Texas Lifestyle Magazine and an honors graduate of Texas State University with a bachelor’s degree in Public Relations.

 

 

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