Jane N’ The Jungle wants out of the “Wasteland”

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Jane N’ The Jungle, from Phoenix, Arizona, is a modern rock band with influences from alternative rock, metal, and punk.  The band put out their latest single, “Wasteland” on May 19th. “Wasteland” delves into what it is like to be stuck in a toxic relationship and the hope of getting out is gone.

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Jane N’ The Jungle explores the “Wasteland” of toxic relationships

Jane N' The Jungle

The arrangement of the song is fueled by rage and passion. The instrumentation and vocals pull you into an atmosphere that immediately feels ominous. It draws you into an atmosphere of unrest with instrumentation filled with rage and passion as the vocals stir and explode with tension. “Wasteland” is part of their upcoming EP and follows the previous release, “Raw as a Jewel.” “Raw as a Jewel” was released on Cleopatra Records last year. Both were recorded at Pearl Sound Studios and produced by Chuck Alkazian.

“Wasteland” is like the pit in your stomach you get when you know something is wrong and instead of leaving the situation you stay and it gets worse, and it becomes all you know.” – Jordan White

Well-deserved praise and support

Jane N’ The Jungle has received support from the following outlets: MTV’s Spankin’ New, Music Choice, Spotify’s Fierce Femmes, All New Rock, Women of Rock; Apple Music’s Breaking Hard Rock, New in Rock, and Fresh Blood. As well as articles in publications like Wonderland, Alt Press, and Women That Rock. Jane N’ The Jungle has been heard on radio stations like KLOS, Sirius XM, WRKZ, KLAQ, KCMQ, KWSS, KFMA, KDKB, KILO, and KFML.  Most notable is an endorsement from Gibson Guitars.

Jane N' The JungleMake sure to also check out the music video for “Wasteland” below. The music video and photography were shot by Jim Louvau. In the theme of the song, the aesthetic is haunting and apocalyptic. It is beautifully done. “Wasteland” is available on all streaming platforms now.


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