Coyote Jungle, “Rain Call”

South-coast English punkers Coyote Jungle are staking an early claim in the U.K. punk scene with “Rain Call.” Aged from 16-18, this quartet is just getting started, but they’re already letting us know that they know exactly what they’re doing. Complete with catchy guitar hooks, raw lead vocals with just the right amount of bite, and buzzing bass undertones, “Rain Call” manages to capture that garage-DIY appeal of punk without sacrificing a full, well-produced sound. The result is an accessible, infectious, all-around good time of a tune that’s sure to get rockers of all backgrounds excited for Coyote Jungle’s future.


“South-coast Indie rockers Coyote Jungle pack high energy and propulsive melodies to deliver their own adolescent sound. Inspired by the likes of Catfish and the Bottlemen, the Amazons and Bloxx, Coyote Jungle merge anthemic sounds with a refreshing, care-free movement. While Coyote Jungle are yet to hit their twenties, they bring a youthful vision to a sometimes-predictable genre.

Backed by Chalkpit Records and currently prepping new material for release, the young lads are gearing up to make 2019 the year of Coyote Jungle. With a sound made for the festival season, Coyote Jungle are the new indie band to look out for.”


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