Behind the Video: Jordan White Dishes on Jane N’ The Jungle’s “Trouble” Music Video

We got some “troublemakers” on our hands today with the members of Jane N’ The Jungle. The Phoenix, Arizona unit released their latest single, “Trouble,” on April 9th, a song meant to exemplify their live rock n’ roll energy that’s big on both passion and excitement. “Trouble” is symbolic of the influence of other people’s perceptions of you, something that often invites trouble that’s based on ma...

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