Jungle have shared a brand new track, ‘CANDLE FLAME’

It's taken from their forthcoming fourth studio album, 'VOLCANO'.

Jungle have shared a brand new track, ‘CANDLE FLAME’, featuring Erick The Architect.

Debuted as BBC Radio 1’s Hottest Record last night (27th March), it’s taken from their forthcoming fourth studio album, ‘VOLCANO’, set to land on 11th August.

“As Jungle, we are incredibly proud of our latest release, ‘Candle Flame’,” the duo explain. “We wanted to create a song that was both personal and relatable, exploring the highs and lows of love and relationships in a way that was both poetic and authentic. Working with Erick The Architect was an absolute pleasure, and his unique perspective and talent added an extra layer of depth and richness to the track. “Candle Flame” represents everything that we stand for as a band – creativity, passion, and a commitment to making music that touches the hearts and minds of our fans. We can’t wait for everyone to hear it, and we hope that it brings joy and inspiration to all who listen.”

‘CANDLE FLAME’ is launched alongside a new collaboration between Jungle and WeTransfer. The partnership begins today with the first in a series of free digital download drops for fans, including an album art pack featuring wallpapers for desktop and mobile, images for social media, and a ringtone. Further drops will follow throughout the ‘VOLCANO’ album campaign, including “first-of-its-kind, immersive interactive experiences”.

Jungle are set to headline London’s All Points East on 26th August. They’ll follow that up with a North American and European headline tour. The dates read:

August
26 – UK, London, All Points East

September
6 – USA, Santa Barbara, Bowl
7 – USA, Los Angeles, The KIA Forum
9 – USA, San Francisco, Bill Graham Civic Auditorium
13 – Canada, Vancouver, PNE Forum
14 – USA, Portland, Edgefield Concerts
15 – USA, Seattle, Wamu Theatre
18 – USA, Madison, The Sylvee
19 – USA, Chicago, Byline Bank Aragon Ballroom
21 – Canada, Toronto, Echo Beach
23 – Canada, Montreal, Place Bell
26 – USA, Boston, Roadrunner
27 – USA, Philadelphia, Franklin Music Hall
28 – USA, Washington DC, The Anthem
30 – USA, New York, Forest Hills Stadium

October
24 – France, Paris, LE CENTQUATRE
27 – Spain, Barcelona, Razzmatazz
28 – Spain, Madrid, Palacio Vistalegre
29 – Portugal, Lisbon, Campo Pequeno
31 – France, Toulouse, Le Bikini

November
1 – France, Nimes, La Paloma
2 – Italy, Milan, Alcatraz
4 – Switzerland, Zurich, X-Tra
5 – Germany, Munich, TonHalle
6 – Germany, Berlin, Verti Music Hall
8 – Sweden, Stockholm, Filadelfia
9 – Norway, Oslo, Sentrum Scene
10 – Denmark, Copenhagen, KB Hallen
13 – Germany, Hamburg, Sporthalle
14 – Germany, Cologne, Palladium
15 – Netherlands, Amsterdam, AFAS Live
16 – Belgium, Antwerp, Lotto Arena

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