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Jungle Reveal new single Busy Earnin'


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Reveal new single Busy Earnin'

London-based collective Jungle today reveal their new single ‘Busy Earnin’’. The track – their first since signing to XL Recordings – follows on from 2013’s acclaimed ‘Platoon’ and ‘The Heat’ singles.

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Based around a core musical duo known simply as ‘J’ and ‘T’ who expand to a thrilling seven piece live band, Jungle make mesmeric, modern soul that’s unmistakably born in the UK but with true global appeal (their ‘Platoon’ video has already racked up more than 4 million views).

‘Busy Earnin’ will be available on vinyl and download, with the download available from1pm today Thursday 20th Februrary via http://smarturl.it/busyearnin
 
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