British electronic duo Jungle brought their live act to Denver, CO’s Mission Ballroom on Tuesday. The live band was there in support of the ensemble’s new album, Loving In Stereo, out now across streaming platforms.

The evening began support from New York City multi-hyphenate Blu DeTiger. Following the set from the singer-songwriter/bassist/producer/DJ, the extended Jungle outfit took the stage. The live band consists of founding producers Josh Lloyd-Watson and Tom McFarland joined by George Day (drums, samplers), Jordan “PHANTOMjjjjj” Hadfield (bass), Geo Jordan (percussion, guitar, keyboards, backing vocals), Lydia Kitto (keyboards, backing vocals), and Andreya Triana (backing vocals).

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Jungle still has a number of tour dates left in North American before breaking for Europe. The ensemble is set to perform on Friday at the Paramount Theatre in Seattle, WA ahead of dates in Portland, OR (10/23); Oakland, CA (10/26, 10/27); two nights at the Greek Theatre in Los Angeles, CA (10/29, 10/30); and finally a set at Suwannee Hulaween (10/31). For tickets and a full list of tour dates visit the group’s website.

Scroll down to check out a gallery of images from Jungle at Mission Ballroom with Blu DeTiger courtesy of photographer Andrew Rios.