10 Songs, 41 Minutes

EDITORS’ NOTES

We’re tempted to rename this “Loud Ferocity” to more accurately describe the delightful sounds within. Guitars chime and whip, the bass percolates, and the drums keep a sweaty pace—all connected by a sticky elasticity. On songs like “On Your Way Down” and “Feel the Way I Do,” the Brisbane quartet takes the best parts of modern indie pop and passes it through a kaleidoscopic ‘80s filter. They maintain this pace throughout Quiet Ferocity, carving a unique lane just for themselves.

EDITORS’ NOTES

We’re tempted to rename this “Loud Ferocity” to more accurately describe the delightful sounds within. Guitars chime and whip, the bass percolates, and the drums keep a sweaty pace—all connected by a sticky elasticity. On songs like “On Your Way Down” and “Feel the Way I Do,” the Brisbane quartet takes the best parts of modern indie pop and passes it through a kaleidoscopic ‘80s filter. They maintain this pace throughout Quiet Ferocity, carving a unique lane just for themselves.

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Ratings and Reviews

4.4 out of 5
8 Ratings
8 Ratings
Isaiah Trrrrrrrrrout ,

I'm in love

You're music is so good! Been listening since your EP! So excited for the full album, sounds sexy as hell so far👌👌👌👌😩

MrTibbins ,

Boring and Souless

Yes music is subjective. I get that. People will listen to a band for a certain sound because of what they bring to the table and you, the listener, expects that the band understands their sound. Jungle Giants is one of those bands. Upbeat, inventive and feeding off of their influences without wearing them on their sleeve.

This album is a middle ground Junior release that would be expected of a burned-out band that's already been to the moon and back. The Giants should still be traveling to the moon, not falling back to earth with no fuel.

Quiet Ferocity, with each track, is constantly building up to anti-climatic hooks and choruses. Uninspired guitar work and flat baselines. Writing and structure has been strong suit with their last two releases. Not here. The production is over-produced killing their raw sound of their earlier two releases. The writing comes off as tired and bored. Make no mistake, this is their “Play This On The Radio” sell-out album.

QF is a major dip in their catalog. Too much focus on the presentation of abstract art and being weird/quarky without the soul of previous releases. Downloaded with excitement, deleted with sadness.

jacob98 ,

Quiet Ferocity's song's arrangements

remionds me of Gang of Four's Entertainment album....

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