Single Review... Theme Park - Milk

London’s Theme Park have been much lauded by the music press in the UK, building hype already landing them a support slot with Florence & The Machine at the cavernous Alexandra Palace.

Milk has a chirping, sprightly guitar hook and the kind of Talking Heads-esque rhythms that have won them so much positive press and left them up to the neck in hyperbole. The vocals are solid and the chorus is uplifting and melodic. Since we first heard the demo we've always thought a fully produced version will have us going crazy, and we were right!
Out of 10: 9/10

B-side Ghosts is unashamedly poppy and 80s-worshipping in it’s synthesisers and bittersweet chorus. 'Ghosts' suggests they’re also fond of late Orange Juice and '80s chart pop like Curiosity Killed The Cat or Prefab Sprout. They've put their own spin on an '80's sound, and they've pulled it off, the guitars in the chorus is what wins it for me!
Out of 10: 8/10

Theme Park - Milk
Out of 10: 8.5/10


Written by - Connor Browne