Theme Park - 'Theme Park'

Theme Park - 'Theme Park'

We may have missed the youths rioting on London’s streets, calling for more tropicália-tinged indie-funk. Who knows? We have been taking a lot of Vicodin. But somehow, three years after bands like Washed Out and Lemonade defined the sound of...

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Theme Park – 'Tonight'

Theme Park – 'Tonight'

If Theme Park were an actual ride at a theme park, they’d be a little unremarkable but fun all the same. Produced by Ed from Friendly Fires, this has got that giddy feel; all twirling synths, bumping bass and Miles Haughton’s cheeky promise of...

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Theme Park – ‘Two Hours’

Theme Park – ‘Two Hours’

Releasing an EP on which three of the four songs are covers is a curious move from London quartet Theme Park. It’s not a good move, either. Firstly, singer Miles Haughton’s gravelly baritone is so similar to The National’s Matt Berninger’s...

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Theme Park - 'Jamaica'

Theme Park - 'Jamaica'

It’s been a tough year for gingers. First Andy Murray lost Wimbledon and then Nicola Roberts went blonde. But Theme Park guitarist Oscar Manthorpe is setting things right, his coiffured bob surpassed only by ‘Jamaica’’s plucky Orange Juice...

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Theme Park - 'Two Hours'

Theme Park - 'Two Hours'

Welcome to ‘Ballid Week’ (™ Tulisa, 2011). First, here’s Theme Park’s Miles Haughton writing about a time when he couldn’t even summon one of those ridiculously jiggly quasi-Talking Heads riffs that have made them famous in London’s...

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