Jungle perform 'Busy Earnin' and 'Time' on Jimmy Kimmel – watch Jungle Tickets

London Band make US TV debut

Jungle perform 'Busy Earnin' and 'Time' on Jimmy Kimmel – watch

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Jungle made their US TV debut on Jimmy Kimmel Live! last night, performing two songs.

The band, who will release their debut album in July, performed both 'Busy Earnin'' and 'Time' on the show.

Jungle are signed to XL Recordings (Jack White, The Horrors, Adele) and will release their self-titled effort on July 14 in the UK. It features both 'Busy Earnin' and 'Time' as well as 'The Heat' and 'Platoon.'

Jungle tour the UK later this year and will also perform at Latitude and Reading and Leeds festivals. Jungle will play:

Leeds, Metropolitan University (October 23)
Manchester, Ritz (24)
Glasgow, Arches (25)
Birmingham, Institute (27)
Cambridge, Junction (28)
London, Shepherd's Bush Empire (30)
Brighton, Concorde 2 (November 3)
Bristol, Anson Rooms (4)


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