The Jungle Giants’ “Used To Be In Love” Is A Surreal Portrait Of Subconscious Uncoupling

“Used to be in love but you ran off”

Photo: The Jungle Giants – Used To Be In Love (OFFICIAL) YouTube

Australian indie rock quartet The Jungle Giants provides us with a slo-mo and surrealistic portrayal of how couples drift apart subconsciously in their new offbeat video “Used To Be In Love.” Directed by Schall and Schnabel, “Used To Be In Love” shows a couple who don’t speak the same body language. The track is a catchy rush into your bloodstreams where the breakneck pace quickly picks you up yet the meditative air also lets you step back and enjoy the lyrics or think about all the previous subconscious uncoupling you’ve done. Enjoy:

“Used To Be In Love” is from The Jungle Giants’ third album Quiet Ferocity, which came out back in July 7th, 2017 and you can stream below:

Comprised of Sam Hales (vocals/guitar), Cesira Aitken (lead guitar), Andrew Dooris (bass/backing vocals), and Keelan Bijker (drums), The Jungle Giants formed back in 2011 in high school. Since then they’ve racked over 50 million Spotify streams and played around the world. Speaking of playing, they have shows coming up:

4/11 – Metro Theatre (Sydney, Australia)

4/13 – Metro Theatre (Sydney, Australia)

4/14 – UC Refectory (Canberra, Australia)

4/15 – 170 Russell (Melbourne, Australia)

4/18 – Croxton Bandroom (Melbourne, Australia)

4/19 – The Tivoli (Brisbane, Australia)

4/20 – The Tivoli (Brisbane, Australia)

4/21 – Sol Bar (Maroochydore, Australia)

4/22 – The Zoo (Brisbane, Australia)

4/24 – Astor Theatre (Perth, Australia)

4/25 – Ho (Adelaide, Australia)