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Mon 18th Feb From €30 SOLD OUT


MCD Presents
The Olympia Theatre
Monday 18th February 2019


Jungle have announced a huge headline tour that will run throughout 2018 and 2019. The tour will include a stop off in Dublin's iconic Olympia Theatre on Monday 18th February 2019.

Tickets priced from €27.50 inclusive of booking fee & €1 restoration levy are SOLD OUT via, usual Ticketmaster outlets nationwide (list here) including The Olympia Theatre Box Office, and by calling Ticketmaster at The Olympia Phone Bookings on 0818 719 330. 

Fans can gain exclusive access to presale tickets for Dublin show by pre-ordering For Ever on any format by 3pm on Monday 30th July. For full information, head to

The fees for this event include a €1.00 restoration levy. The restoration levy will allow The Olympia Theatre to invest in maintaining and enhancing the theatre to ensure that it continues to consistently deliver the highest quality experience for theatre goers, actors, performers & producers.

Under 14's must be accompanied by an adult, Over 18's ID required to gain access to the bars where alcohol is served. 

Doors open 7pm. Support on the night will be from Georgia. Approximate stage times will be posted here when we receive them from production.

In July 2014, Jungle released their self-titled debut album. Featuring the singles ‘Platoon’, ‘Busy Earnin’’, ‘Time’, ‘The Heat’ and ‘Julia’, neo-soul classics all, it was the aspirational sound of young London, a soundtrack of escapism, an unmistakable Jungle sound and a unique, vivid, visual Jungle world. The whole thing was dreamed up by Josh “J” Lloyd-Watson and Tom “T” McFarland, a production and multi-instrumentalist duo who never expected to leave their bedroom studios, far less become the core of a talent-filled seven-strong collective that morphed into a killer live outfit. Cue online word-of-mouth and IRL buzz, rave reviews, a Mercury Music Prize nomination, songs of the summer (two summers, even), viral videos, Noel Gallagher declaring the album “fucking amazing”, half a million sales, burgeoning DJ careers, a global tour that lasted two solid years. It all just happened.

Today, Jungle announce news of the follow-up to that defining debut record. The album is titled For Ever and will be released on 14th September via XL Recordings. If Jungle’s first album was their imaginary soundtrack to the places they had never been, For Ever is inspired by real life experiences of the places they’d dreamed of for so long. Swapping Shepherds Bush for the Hollywood Hills, J and T set up camp in Los Angeles to write and record the album. Over time however, their romanticization of The Californian Dream clashed with the reality of actually living it, the feeling of being adrift on the West Coast compounded by the collapse of long-term relationships. Returning home to London, they teamed up with highly regarded young producer Inflo where they sought to create a "post-apocalyptic radio station playing break up songs”, whittling down loads of ideas this concept spawned into the core 13 tracks you have before you. That station and those songs and that journey are the sound of Jungle’s second album For Ever. They had to go away to come home. And what J and T lost in love, they gained in music. For Ever is for real, deeper and higher, more intimate and more expansive, feelgood and, just occasionally, feelbad. It is, then, a proper second album.

For Ever Track List:
1. Smile
2. Heavy, California
3. Beat 54 (All Good Now)
4. Cherry
5. Happy Man
6. Casio
7. Mama Oh No
8. House In LA
9. Give Over
10. Cosurmyne
11. Home
12. (More and More) It Ain’t Easy
13. Pray

To coincide with news of their new album, Jungle today release two new songs from the record: ‘Heavy, California’ and ‘Cherry’. Both songs are available now via all digital services and are accompanied by two videos directed by Josh Lloyd-Watson & Charlie Di Placido for the JFC collective, available exclusively via Spotify and Apple Music respectively. They’re set to build on the success of ‘Happy Man’ and ‘House In LA’, the first tracks to be revealed from the album in May.

Meanwhile, Jungle have announced a huge headline tour that will run throughout 2018 and 2019. The tour will include their biggest headline shows to date, including a 10,000 capacity show at London’s legendary Alexandra Palace on February 21st.


Sep 23   Life Is Beautiful, Las Vegas NV, USA
Sep 25   The Majestic, Ventura CA, USA
Sep 26   The Glasshouse, Pomona CA, USA
Sep 28   The Black Sheep, Colorado Springs, USA
Sep 29   Aggie Theatre, Fort Collins CO, USA
Sep 30   Boulder Theatre, Boulder CO, USA
Oct 03   Auditorio Blackberry, Mexico City, Mexico
Oct 05   Austin City Limits, Austin TX, USA
Oct 07   Republic, New Orleans LA, USA
Oct 08   House Of Blues, Dallas TX, USA
Oct 09   House Of Blues, Houston TX, USA
Oct 11   Emo's, Austin TX, USA
Oct 12   Austin City Limits, Austin TX, USA
Oct 14   Treasure Island, Oakland CA, USA
Oct 31   Sentrum Scene, Oslo, Norway
Nov 02  Noisey Festival, Copenhagen, Denmark
Nov 03  Vasateatern, Stockholm, Sweden
Nov 05  Tavastia Club, Helsinki, Finland
Nov 06  Rock Cafe, Tallin, Estonia
Nov 09  Compensa Hall, Vilnius, Lithuania
Nov 10  Progresja, Warsaw, Poland
Nov 12  Roxy, Prague, Czech Republic
Nov 13  Majestic Music Club, Bratislava, Slovakia
Nov 15  Muffathalle, Munich, Germany
Nov 16  Les Docks, Lausanne, Switzerland
Nov 17  Kantine, Köln, Germany
Nov 19  Gibson, Frankfurt, Germany
Nov 20  Doornroosje, Nijmegen, Netherlands
Nov 21  Tivoli Vredenburg, Utrecht, Netherlands
Nov 22  Trix Hall, Antwerp, Belgium
Feb 13   UEA, Norwich, UK
Feb 15   Academy 1, Manchester, UK
Feb 16   O2 Academy, Leeds, UK
Feb 18   Olympia Theatre, Dublin, Ireland
Feb 21   Alexandra Palace, London, UK
Feb 23   Aeronef Club, Lille, France
Feb 24   Olympia, Paris, France
Feb 26   Stereolux, Nantes, France
Mar 01  Palladium Los Angeles CA, USA
Mar 07  Roseland, Portland OR, USA
Mar 08  Showbox, Seattle WA, USA
Mar 09  The Vogue, Vancouver BC, Canada
Mar 12  First Avenue, Minneapolis MN, USA
Mar 16  Danforth, Toronto ON, Canada
Mar 19  Terminal 5, New York NY, USA
Mar 20  Union Transfer, Philadelphia PA, USA
Mar 21  930 Club, Washington DC, USA
Mar 22  Orange Peel, Asheville NC, USA
Mar 23 Marathon Music Works, Nashville TN, USA


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