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GIG REVIEW: The Jungle Giants at Big Top, Sydney

Posted on October 14 2019

GIG REVIEW: The Jungle Giants at Big Top, Sydney

Words By Zack Anthony Curran

The Jungle Giants at Big Top, Lunar Park, Sydney, Friday 11th October 2019 

The Jungle Giants filled the cavernous venue with diehard fans on Friday night in Sydney and delivered a show to be remembered.

Frontman, Sam Hales is the epitome of charisma and it's no surprise that this band are at the height of their powers.

With hits like Feel The Way I Do and Used To Be In Love the dance floor didn't stop heaving from start to end.

Fresh off the back of sold-out shows in the US, UK and Europe, The Jungle Giants are winning a whole new generation of fans.  This gig was all-ages and so the crowd were super young.  I loved seeing so many teens enjoying what was most likely one of their first live gigs, and what a gig!

The production elements didn't go unnoticed with amazing programmed LED lights that danced almost as much as we did.

The Jungle Giants still seem to be on a career-high from their third album "Quiet Ferocity", which produced one ARIA-certified Platinum single 'Feel The Way I Do' and three ARIA-certified Gold singles in 'Used To Be In Love', 'Bad Dream' and 'On Your Way Down'.

I've been trying to catch these guys live for years and I can safely say that they did not disappoint.  The energy, enthusiasm and appreciation they had for the audience were remarkable.

I can't wait to see what they come out with next.

RELATED: The Jungle Giants announce headline tour.

 

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