Jane N’ The Jungle release their new single titled ‘Dirty Dog’. But wait, there’s more! We also have an exclusive interview with Jordan White and Brian Dellis from Jane N’ The Jungle. We get into a detailed and must hear meaning and background story about the new single as well as some of the things that make Jane N’ The Jungle tick, click, and survive as well as what is around the corner.

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‘Dirty Dog’ takes a delicate subject and does what should be done to all delicate subjects. Stare that f*cker right in the face. Stare it down. All the way down. That is how we become better people. Strength comes from within, and this song captures that moment, feeling, and recovery. The music is an anthemic stadium ready rock raucous ode to empowerment that anyone can relate to and everyone can infest. this is an example of what music is. Making people think by way of music. Beautiful.

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About Jane N’ The Jungle

Heavy hitting truths, loud guitars and an infectious energy make up the DNA of Phoenix, AZ’s Jane N’ The Jungle. Born out of lead singer Jordan White’s dynamic vocal range and theatrics, guitarist Brian Dellis’ spectrum of moody vibes to chunky riffs and bassist Big B’s thunderous bottom end, the band has a modern rock focus and an unquenched thirst for communication that demands attention.

After releasing their breakout EP in 2022, titled Ocean Creatures, Jane N’ The Jungle quickly returned to Pearl Sound Studios in Detroit with Producer Chuck Alkazian (Pop Evil, Soundgarden) to crank out their next body of work that picks up where the band left off.

The maturation and development can be heard in songs like their new single, “DIRTY DOG,” in which Jordan recounts her experience being sexual assaulted and “felt so gross and so small…like a dirty dog.” The lyrics were penned on a napkin while hanging out and trading personal stories with Ayron Jones at a local dive bar. She has been able to find empowerment and confidence through her music.

The band has garnered support from outlets like MTV Spankin’ New, Music Choice, Spotify’s Fierce Femmes, All New Rock, Women of Rock; Apple Music’s Breaking Hard Rock, New in Rock and Fresh Blood with features in Wonderland, Alt Press, Women That Rock, Loud Women, The Hype Magazine. Rock radio has also taken notice and supported with spins on Matt Pinfield’s New and Approved KLOS FM Los Angeles, Sirius XM, WRKZ, KLAQ, KCMQ, KWSS, KFMA, KDKB, KILO, and KFML.

They are newly endorsed by Gibson Guitars and recently partnered on events to raise funds for both Make A Wish and Give A Note Foundation while supporting artists like Sammy Hagar & The Circle and The Warning.

SOURCE: Official Bio