Jungle are at the point now where whatever they do, whatever musical direction they choose to explore, they have an absolutely unmistakable signature sound that is instantly recognizable. “All of the Time” is in line with their latest interest in genre-hopping, taking on an old-school hip-hop/nu-disco style with a vague gospel edge.
“All of the Time” is the final single before the release of their third studio album, Loving in Stereo, due out August 13th. Despite somber lyrics and a sense of grief in the general meaning of the track, it’s a golden nugget of a dance song that’ll make you want to get up and shake yo’ groove thang - as if we could expect anything less from Jungle.
J. Loyd co-directed the track and explains its origins:
""All Of The Time" explores loss and spirituality, the passing of time and the feeling of growing apart from someone close to you. These themes are juxtaposed with the euphoric nature of the track which sonically challenges you to accept and grow through positivity in body and soul."
Well, Jungle. Don’t mind if I do.