Music show: British duo Jungle on breaking the internet with their song ‘Back On 74’
02 November 2023 | 7:53 am
On this week's music show, Jennifer Ben Brahim goes backstage with British dance music duo Jungle as they kick off their European tour in Paris. They've just dropped their fourth studio album "Volcano", a record erupting with timeless disco, soul and hip-hop sounds. The album is accompanied by a motion picture, with the visuals for the song "Back On 74" amassing more than 180 million views on TikTok.
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