Jane N’ The Jungle – “Dirty Dog”

“I’m not a bitch, I’m a dirty dog”. With powerhouse vocals and a heavy Rock attitude, Phoenix’s own Jane N’ The Jungle makes an aggressive comeback with their brand new track “Dirty Dog“, a rock & roll track through and through, that exposes a personal sexual assault experience.

After their single Trouble, which we reviewed for you last year, and their previous fantastic EP Ocean Creatures, Jane N’ The Jungle is delivering a new track with a brand new sound that holds a serious topic. A victim of sexual assault, frontwoman Jordan White decided to expose and open herself up about her experience and all the demeaning feelings she felt.

“Dirty Dog” channels all the anger and the rage of Jordan, condensing it into a full-throttle, explosive ride. Heavy, vibrant, supersonic; this single is a manifest for all the women who have been in her place, a female freedom rock anthem.

Lyrics are raw, crude, and to the point. You can hear Jordan unleash every negative emotions inside, screaming with a magnetic voice that pierces through the pain and condemns such a terrible act. The fierce guitars and the savage drums pump up the energy even more, with a blasting expression of perseverance, and resolution to be in control.

This song not only has a strong message, but tells an unforgettable story in a fierce, hard-hitting and stunning way.

After recently releasing their “Ocean Creatures” EP, Jane N’ The Jungle returned to Pearl Sound Studios in Detroit to work with Producer/Engineer Chuck Alkazian (Pop Evil, Soundgarden, Tantric) to record their latest piece of work.

I had a super cool Q&A with Jordan herself, and it seems to me that she’s a super cool person. You can read it right here! Only in Less Than 1000 Followers:

1.- I think it is very brave to open yourself up about such a personal experience, not only to someone else but literally the world. Do you think that the releasing of this track will help you cope with what you endured? 

Ahh thank you for the sweet words.  I have already coped with the past experience and am ready to own who I am and that is what DIRTY DOG is about. 

2.- I’m aware that your music is influenced by Soundgarden, amongst other bands. What was it like to work with Chuck Alkazian?

Chuck is a great producer to work with and I always enjoy learning new ways to record and explore our songs in his studio and appreciate all his love and support for our music. 

3.- I’d imagine it was challenging to write and perform this track, did you have to take occasional breaks or did you just flow along?

This song was a lot of fun to record!  Usually we would knock out a song and take a little break before doing the next one. I like to have a comfortable working environment with a lot of snacks and overall everything flowed really nicely. 

4.- Is there any message you’d like to send to female fans and readers out there who have gone through the same as you?

Keep your head up and know that your past experience does not define who you are but makes you stronger.  You can take all the time you need to heal and it’s okay if you never feel normal again. 

Try to find beauty in the new you and know you aren’t alone. 

5.- Anything else you’d like to add.

Thank you for listening and supporting our new single DIRTY DOG. This song is the first released off our upcoming EP that starts a new chapter for the band and we are beyond excited to share this journey with you. 

Don’t forget to support this project and to follow on Instagram, Facebook, Twitter, TikTok, SoundCloud, YouTube, and Spotify. You can also visit their official website

It also helps to stream and share their music; you can obviously find it in the following Playlists on release day June: Fresh SinglesAlterindie State Of MindFemale Rising Stars, and Sickest & Dopest

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