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Theme Park, 'Two Hours' - Listen

By Rebecca Schiller

Posted on 16 Feb 12

 
 

Care to stream the very first single from Theme Park's debut album? We thought so. Listen to the Luke Smith-produced track 'Two Hours' after the jump.





These lot have been compared to the likes of Talking Heads and late Orange Juice, but this track sounds a bit like a softer 'Day & Age'-era Killers (in a totally good way).

Here's what frontman Miles Haughton had to say about the single:
It's essentially about expectations around growing and coming into your own emotionally and feeling confident or not confident about that process. I normally only really write songs when I’m feeling very happy, and I think this is one of the few ones where I was feeling a bit numb – an unexpected reaction to certain experiences in life.


Stream 'Two Hours' right here:



Theme Park will be co-headlining a tour with The Cast of Cheers, kicking off at the end of February. They'll also be playing a headline show at London’s Lexington venue on March 6th. Check out the full tour dates below:

Febuary
27 - Art School, Glasgow
28 - Electric Circus, Edinburgh
29 - Cockpit, Leeds

March
1 - Bodega, Nottingham
2 - Charlie Browns, Luton
3 - Temple, Birmingham
4 - Deaf Institute, Manchester
6 - Lexington, London
7 - Joiners, Southampton
8 - New Slang, Kingston

 
 
 
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