Premiere New Track 'Prungen'

Jaga Jazzist - Premiere New Track 'Prungen'

Jaga Jazzist have double-premiered a brand new track, "Prungen", via Stereoboard in the UK and their native P3 in Norway - click the links or above to watch and listen!

The track and live performance are taken from the band's upcoming album Live With Britten Sinfonia, released 6 May on 2LP, CD and download - buy at the Ninjashop, iTunes and Amazon.



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Jaga Jazzist - 'Live With Britten Sinfonia' Out Now!

The new album from Jaga Jazzist, Live With Britten Sinfonia, is out now and available from the Ninjashop, iTunes and Amazon.

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Jaga Jazzist - Free Download at the Quietus

The Quietus are exclusively giving away Jaga Jazzist's "One-Armed Bandit" from the upcoming album Live With Britten Sinfonia!

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Jaga Jazzist - 'Live With Britten Sinfonia' Out May

Jaga Jazzist will release Live With Britten Sinfonia on 6 May 2013 - pre-order now on 2LP/CD/DL at the Ninjashop.

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Jaga Jazzist - Live at the Barbican TOMORROW

Jaga Jazzist play London's Barbican tomorrow (Sat 16 June) with the Britten Sinfonia.

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