Brisbane four-piece The Jungle Giants are heading on tour nationally this April in support of their critically-acclaimed third album Quiet Ferocity. The ‘Used To Be In Love’ tour kicks off April 5th at Geelong and makes landfall at eight Australian cities before wrapping up on April 25th in Adelaide.
The Jungle Giants will be joined for all dates by Melbourne’s own Alice Ivy and rising star Evan Klar. The foray includes a few all-ages shows and a special performance at the Commonwealth Games Festival. This marks the last leg of an extensive list of shows and festival appearances made by the band since they released the album last June.
On stage, they’ve earned some seriously high-energy performance credit and subsequently poised themselves for greatness during Triple J’s Hottest 100, earning four separate entries for ‘Feel The Way I Do’ (#16), ‘On Your Way Down’ (#50), ‘Bad Dream’ (#57), and ‘Used To Be Love’ (#59).
Tickets for the tour are on sale now.
‘USED TO BE IN LOVE’ NATIONAL TOUR DATES:
Thur, 5 April | Barwon Club, Geelong
Fri 6, April | 170 Russell, Melbourne
Thur, 12 April | Commonwealth Games Festival, Gold Coast
Fri, 13 April | Metro Theatre,Sydney [Lic/Aa]
Sat, 14 April | Uc Refectory, Canberra
Fri 20, April | The Tivoli, Brisbane
Sat 21, April | Sol Bar, Maroochydore
Sun 22, April | The Zoo, Brisbane [U18’s] – Matinee Show
Tue 24, April | Astor Theatre, Perth [Lic/Aa]
Wed 25, April | HQ, Adelaide [Lic/Aa]