The track is a striking balance between blissed-out synthpop and experimental tropical noise, using pitched percussion and clarinets among ultra-harmonied vocal lines and plodding dance beats. It's an intriguing exploration of their sound - something totally atypical that's as much a relation of Samaris as it is a relation of Theme Park. Jam in a few off-kilter time signatures and syncopated rhythms, and you're left with a piece of music that couldn't sound more wonderfully chaotic.

Water is out 18 May via Kissability/Algebra. It follows 2013's Hope/Satin/Glass/Dreams EP.

The band play Camden's The Stillery on 21 May to launch the record.

Stream "Water" below.