There aren’t many bands around right now who are able to sell out massive venues the world over on the back of a debut album which already dates back to 2014. Thankfully, London’s Jungle are one such band who are capable of this feat, touring the world in support of their as-yet-unannounced sophomore album whilst having only treated baying masses to a grand total of two new releases: last week’s Happy Man and House in LA. Their show at the Paradiso in Amsterdam sold out within a few weeks, demonstrating the collective’s ability to remain a household name without having so much as announced their sophomore record. The septet allowed Amsterdam to experience a polite glimpse into the new album, with the aforementioned new singles featuring alongside fellow new tracks Casio, Cherry and Beat 54. They all featured in and amongst a set which drew heavily from their incredibly successful self-titled debut album, one which spawned hit singles Busy Earnin’, The Heat and Time. Jack Parker headed over to the Paradiso to capture proceedings, returning with the below.

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Jungle’s sophomore studio album is due later this year.