Album Review: Quiet Ferocity by The Jungle Giants


The Jungle Giants have finally found their sound with an eclectic third album, Quiet Ferocity. After a triumphant debut, the band seemed to lose their way a bit with a tentative and confused second LP, Speakerzoid. However, after taking a different approach to the way in which they wrote and recorded their music, Quiet Ferocity has hit the nail on the head. This album is fun, danceable and pretty damn groovy, highlighting the transformation of a band that was once wet behind the ears to one that is now more cohesive and fine-tuned than ever before. Straying from the sound they adopted in Speakerzoid, the four-piece have diversified their instrumental bank, experimenting with peppy synth melodies and eccentric hooks. This, combined with the shimmering guitar riffs, undulating bass lines and laid back vocals which the Jungle Giants are so well known for, has led to the birth of an electro-indie-pop masterpiece.

Rating: 8.5/10

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