Jungal will be playing live in Spirit Square in Golden on July 10.

The Jungal is coming to Golden

The rock and roll sound of Australia is coming to Golden on Wednesday, July 10, when Jungal plays in Spirit Square.

The rock and roll sound of Australia is coming to Golden on Wednesday, July 10, when Jungal plays in Spirit Square.

The roots and rock ladies are launching their latest record, Leave My Head, across British Columbia and Alberta.

The new tracks signify a new, more mature and darker sound for the trio, as they explore themes of emotional disorder and the crazy side of life.

Since their last full length release in 2010, Jungal have had some profoundly challenging but powerful learning experiences about love, life, emotion and well being.

Whilst recording in Melbourne, Australia, at “The Aviary” with Fraser Montgomery co-producing, the Jungal ladies were able to explore and express their experiences with the result being the 5th release from the Aussie trio.

Bringing ingredients of roots, rock, a dash of folk, and a sprinkle of soul to their cauldron, Jungal serve up a feast of live music through an energetic, rocking performance.

The Jungal sisterhood are renowned for giving audiences their all, delivering punchy melodies, powerful grooves and some genuine girl power. These ladies know how to prowl, and spread their foot stomping, heart pumping goodness around the globe.

You can check out www.jungalmusic.com for all the bands information.

 

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