The British Josh Lloyd-Watson and Tom McFarland returned to Portugal to present Volcano, their latest album and were received in a Campo Pequeno, completely sold out.
Sagres Campo Pequeno was too small for everyone who wanted to get back to dancing with Jungle, yesterday, which was their eighth concert in Portugal, after having played at NOS Alive 2022, the Lisbon venue, it was full of excitement with the duo from the beginning to end.
After the success of Loving In Stereo, which was at the top of the British chart, at number 3 in the United States of America and number 1 on Billboard’s Dance/Electronic Albums chart, “Candle Flame”, the first single from Volcano, which mixes the elements of Disco, Soul and Hip-Hop, immediately showed the success that would be the new something that was won over by Jungle fans.
In a concert marked by the light from the screen at the back of the stage, marked by geometric elements, it was just a shame there were no lights for the artists, being a concert full of silhouettes, but also full of energy on stage, where Jungle’s themes gain even more life.
The first part was in charge of LA Priest, Sam Eastgate’s alter ego, who was involved in multiple bands, projects and sound experiments, with LA Priest being one of the most notable, with two albums already released, he was responsible for warming up the audience at Campo Pequeno, who heard his songs primarily constructed by the sounds of his looped guitar, ethereal vocals and ad hoc drum beats.
Another excellent concert with the signature Everything is New.