JUNGLE @ Albert Hall

Another sell out gig at the Albert Hall Manchester. One of the most exciting bands to emerge from Britain in 2013, Jungle. They played at this year’s BBC 6 music festival just days before hitting Manchester. Jungle a collective of musicians centred on Josh Lloyd-Watson and Tom McFarland, only known as J and T, who […]

By Manchester's Finest | March 3rd '15

Another sell out gig at the Albert Hall Manchester. One of the most exciting bands to emerge from Britain in 2013, Jungle. They played at this year’s BBC 6 music festival just days before hitting Manchester. Jungle a collective of musicians centred on Josh Lloyd-Watson and Tom McFarland, only known as J and T, who have been friends since they were nine, and were neighbours growing up in west London. Jungle have now expanded to a seven-piece band.

Opening up their set with standout track “Plantoon” which instantly has everyone (including the seated upper tier) on their feet dancing.

Fourth track in “Heat” a catchy, light funk number which has the whole crowd singing along. The group’s sense of simple, dance-focused visuals that have attained a certain level of buzz in Albert hall tonight.

The groups encore track, extended version of “Time” Jungle is pure party straight through, even the security team are enjoying a little boogie.

Their catchy electro-funk singles leaves a lasting impression. Drumming up waves of excitement, Jungle are scheduled for a full summer of touring and festivals, i recommend you go and check them out!