Amusement Parks on Fire - 'An Archaea'

Format: LP
Colour: Pink Marble

Amusement Parks On Fire came to prominence in 2004 with the release of the eponymous debut album, conceived and consummated by the then-adolescent founder Michael Feerick and phonically actualised on a shoestring with Nottingham cohabitant Daniel Knowles. Issued on Geoff Barrow (of Portishead)’s Invada label, it was described by the New Musical Express as 'hedonistic teenage genius'.

'An Archaea' marks their long-awaited return and the first new album in over a decade. This is the first pressing and was intended for simultaneous release with the album, but was delayed over six months due to worldwide vinyl supply issues.