The Jungle Giants Help Couples Rekindle Their Romance In New Video “Sending Me Ur Loving”

A new business idea

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If Aussie act The Jungle Giants didn’t make music, we know the type of business venture they would’ve pursued: rekindling old romance. Their latest video “Sending Me Ur Loving” is a look into an alternative world where the they’re running a manor dedicated to helping couples fall in love again. It’s surreal, but a genius entrepreneurial idea that make us rethink our career choices:

On the single, lead singer Sam Hales shared: “‘Sending Me Ur Loving’ has been with me for so long, it’s been such a pleasure watching it finally form into a complete track that represents the new production direction. The chorus had originally been attached to a different song, and by some stroke of luck clicked right into this beat. It’s an ode to a feeling of self-confidence, and essentially a love ditty at the same time.”

Director Julian Lucas shared: “I wanted to create a quirky world where The Jungle Giants run a manor where they help couples find their fire again. We shot the whole film on an old 16mm zoom lens to give it a filmic look, and really celebrated long zooms throughout. This also ties in nicely with people coming together or drifting apart.”

The quartet will kick off their global tour towards the end of this month:

January 28 – Paradiso Noord, Amsterdam, Netherlands

January 30 – Le Point Ephémère, Paris, France

February 1 – Electric Brixton, London, UK

February 6 – Sonia Boston, MA

February 7 – Bowery Ballroom, New York, NY

February 8 – Union Stage, Washington DC

February 9 – Johnny Brenda’s, Philadelphia, PA

February 11 – The Drake, Toronto, ON

February 13 – Lincoln Hall, Chicago, IL

February 15 – Club Dada, Dallas, TX

February 16 – Stubb’s Indoor, Austin, TX

February 18 – Larimer Lounge, Denver, CO

February 21 – Doug Fir, Portland, OR

February 22 – Imperial, Vancouver, BC

February 23 – The Crocodile, Seattle, WA

February 25 – The Independent, San Francisco, CA

February 26 – Troubadour, Los Angeles, CA

February 29 – Foro Indie Rocks, Mexico City, MX

March 1 – Snow Machine, Festival Kitakyushu, Japan

March 5 – LUSH (w. Confidence Man) Shibuya City, Japan