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Jungle shares music video for "Busy Earnin'"

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On the heels of Internet buzz, London-based eclectic pop duo Jungle has revealed a music video for the new single "Busy Earnin'," courtesy of Vevo. The vibrant video was directed by both photographer Oliver Hadlee Pearch and Jungle's own "J." Together they have already made videos for previous singles "Platoon" and "The Heat."

The simplistic yet expertly choreographed music video showcases a group of dancers performing to the soulful track in a vast warehouse.

In April "Busy Earnin'" will be released on 12" vinyl in the U.S., but it can already be purchased digitally. It's the group's first single since signing with XL Recordings.

A cloud of mystery surrounds the band, considering the duo's identities have been relatively downplayed and they're only known as "J" and "T." When playing live, Jungle expands into a seven-piece group.

The simplistic yet expertly choreographed music video for "Busy Earnin'" showcases a group of dancers performing to the soulful track in a vast warehouse. In April "Busy Earnin'" will be released on 12" vinyl in the U.S., but it can already be purchased digitally on iTunes.

Look below for the U.S. tour dates. In the UK, several shows have already sold out.

Jungle U.S. tour dates

3/8- New York, NY @ Knitting Factory

3/9- New York, NY @ Mercury Lounge

3/10-14- Austin, TX @ SXSW

3/17- Los Angeles, CA @ The Echo

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