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Jumanji – Swings and Roundabouts [Review]

Jumanji – Swings and Roundabouts [Review]

Female fronted indie sextet Jumanji are back with hot new single ‘Swings and Roundabouts’.

Having slowly risen onto the indie scene song by song since their initial release of ‘Higher’ 6 months ago, Jumanji are taking every little piece of progression in their stride. With supports under their belt from Fickle Friends, over 100,000 plays on Spotify, as well as being featured on ITV’s fashion show on This Morning, Jumanji are starting to make a name for themselves.

This little indie track brings about a sparkly feeling. It feels you with euphoria and makes you yearn for the long summer nights with your friends just lazing about in your friend’s garden wishing you had a little more money. With earworm lyrics and a primal need to make you hum the track all day, ‘Swings and Roundabouts’ hits the spot. It’s the perfect transition track from the heavy snow of weeks past into the slightly warmer summer sun that is desperately trying to break through.

With a UK tour just around the corner in April and a rumour of an EP release to support it, this latest offering from Jumanji just goes to show what you can do with catchy lyrics and african-infused rhythms. These catchy melodic hooks from Brighton are set to take off this year as their following is ever growing.

 

Review by Charlie Hall

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