Caroline must have been a hottie. For THUMPASAURUS made this song about her and they’re not shy about the fact that they’re into her silky smooth skin, and luscious lips. Her body is in perfect proportions as the ‘Vitruvian Man’ and as seductive as corn-on-the-cob at a country fair.
Of course, ‘Caroline’ is all made up and is our little CHF’s imagination at work. Lucas of THUMPASAURUS had nothing to do with this little write up. In fact, maybe the band will be a bit weirded out by it.
The point we are trying to make is that this ‘Caroline’ character is ‘pretty’. And that this ‘Caroline’ might be the symbol of ‘Flamingo Song’ (or not).
But one thing’s for sure, if we keep talking about ‘Caroline’, we’ll truly believe she’ll come alive like if we put her in a customized bedroom ‘Frankenstein’ electrical table sometime in the next week (a la the movie ‘Weird Science’).
This review is going nowhere, you say?
But did it really go ‘nowhere’?
Nope. We contest that if you listen to ‘Flamingo Song’ by this fab band THUMPASAURUS, while you’re building the ‘girl’ of your dreams like your 8th grade science project – you’ll have a great time with the song, and the science project will explode in your face.
Anywho, this Los Angeles gang of five imaginative artists and entertainers are fun to listen, watch, and visit. See them live when they’re back on US soil, if you can.
The band consists of: Lucas Tamaren, Henry Solomon, Paul Cornish, Logan Kane, and Henry Was.