Sound House 2018: Jungle's Tom McFarland on Why Now is Time for "For Ever"

Half of the Soul Duo Dishes on Band Origins, Why 4 Years Between Albums

October 2, 2018
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Four years after their debut album garnered worldwide attention, the neo-soul duo known as Jungle are finally back with a new record "For Ever."

So we asked Jungle co-founder Tom McFarland the big question when he took the stage at Sound House 2018: why so long?

During his conversation with Pauly, Tom explained the perceived four-year hiatus, the origins of Jungle with his childhood buddy and bandmate Josh Lloyd-Watson and the enthusiastic response to their single "Happy Man."

Check out the complete interview now.

Day 1

Wallows  Interview  |  On Stage  |  Meet and Greet Gallery
The Drax Project  Interview  |  On Stage 
Amy Shark  Interview  |  On Stage  |  Meet and Greet Gallery
Death Cab for Cutie  Interview  |  On Stage  |  Meet and Greet Gallery
Conrad Sewell  On Stage  |  Meet and Greet Gallery
Chvrches  Interview  |  On Stage  |  Meet and Greet Gallery

Day 2

Dinah Jane  Interview  |  On Stage  |  Meet and Greet Gallery
AJR  Interview  |  On Stage  |  Meet and Greet Gallery
Robert DeLong  Interview  |  On Stage  |  Meet and Greet Gallery
Sir Sly  Interview  |  On Stage  |  Meet and Greet Gallery
Cold War Kids  Interview  |  On Stage  |  Meet and Greet Gallery
Welshly Arms  Interview  |  On Stage  |  Meet and Greet Gallery
Foster the People  Interview  |  On Stage  
Dillon Francis  Interview  |  On Stage  |  Meet and Greet Gallery
Yungblud  Interview  |  On Stage  |  Meet and Greet Gallery

Day 3

Superorganism  Interview  |  On Stage  |  Meet and Greet Gallery
Grandson  Interview  |  On Stage  |  Meet and Greet Gallery
Mt. Joy  Interview  |  On Stage  |  Meet and Greet Gallery
Logan Henderson  Interview  |  On Stage  |  Meet and Greet Gallery
Bastille  Interview  |  On Stage  |  Meet and Greet Gallery
Jungle  Interview  |  On Stage  |  Meet and Greet Gallery
Lovelytheband  Interview  |  On Stage  |  Meet and Greet Gallery