The British producer duo makes a triumphant return with ‘Keep Moving’, the first single from from their forthcoming third album, Loving In Stereo, due August this year.

‘Keep Moving’ is a statement of intent, a rallying call, and an anthemic disco soul song all in one. The song is about self-acceptance, and the act of moving forward with positivity in whatever obstacles may come your way.

Choreography is an essential part of Jungle’s music videos, and the MV for ‘Keep Moving’ is no exception. Directed by longtime by Josh Lloyd Watson and long time collaborator Charlie Di Placido, the video is described as part Birdman, part West Side Story.

Shot in one take, the video opens up with dancer Che Jones (who starred in the ‘Smile’ video) in his bedroom and leads into an outdoor scene where we find Mette Linturi (who starred in the ‘Casio’ video).  The rest is a beautiful unravelling that is so compelling to watch it leaves the viewer with a feeling of awe and intrigue.

‘Keep Moving’ features a choir, a first for the group, which displays their abilities to experiment with new sounds. The band spent the past year locked in a studio, prepping for the release of their third album, Loving In Stereo.

It is a dance record for the post-social distancing age with a life-affirming celebration of all the things that make music joyful. The album features collaborations with other vocalists including Tamil-Swiss Priya Ragu and US rapper Bas.

Jungle have performed in multiple continents, headlining shows from Kuala Lumpur to Moscow, while also winning new fans at festivals such as Coachella, Bonnaroo and Lollapalooza.

Their Mercury Prize-nominated, Gold-certified debut and 2018’s follow-up For Ever both entered the UK Top 10, and have amassed a billion streams.

Loving In Stereo Tracklisting:

1. Dry Your Tears
2. Keep Moving
3. All Of The Time
4. Romeo feat Bas
5. Lifting You
6. Bonnie Hill
7. Fire
8. Talk About It
9. No Rules
10. Truth
11. What D’You Know About Me
12. Just Fly, Don’t Worry
13. Goodbye My Love feat Priya Ragu
14. Can’t Stop The Stars

Photo Credit: Anna Victoria Best