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Published on November 21st, 2019 | by Guest Editor


Colour Of The Jungle Help Save The Bees In New Single ‘Humblebee’

Colour of the Jungle hail from the seaside town of Portsmouth. Known for their infectious sound of gritty guitars, raucous energy and gravelly vocals, the five-piece band have been pricking up the ears of listeners across the UK and beyond. Their latest single ‘Humblebee’ is an environmental declaration and call for attention, encouraging audiences to finally take action and help heal our planet.

Lead singer Jack Evans reveals on the inspiration of the song, “My sister had gone to a bee farm after her fight with leukaemia and my friend was struggling with a cocaine habit. These events inspired my lyrics. Everyone has stuff going on whether it’s happy or not. I try to deal with my ups and downs by writing songs and each one marks that point in my life”.

Colour of the Jungle have teamed up with Humblegarms to donate proceeds from the single to Bumblebee Conservation Trust, a charity which makes efforts to monitor and conserve bumblebees and their habitat.

Inspired by the likes of The Milk Carton Kids and Red Hot Chilli Peppers, Colour of the Jungle are storming confidently ahead with their own garage rock anthems. Be sure to keep an eye out for future releases and if you’re in the area catch them live!






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