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Sunday, 28 April 2019

The Rhythm Method - Sex And The Suburbs

Photo: Lewis Robinson



Oceana. Night Buses. Ben Sherman shirts. Has anyone come as close to replicating authentic British living as these guys? The Rhythm Method's perfectly documented slice of UK life is about as nostalgic as you can get, and finally we'll have a full length record to sink our teeth in to come summer. Just ahead of the weekend the South London-based duo unveiled the news alongside its first single, Sex And The Suburbs - a track described in its press release as a 'majestic railway replacement service anthem'. And they're not wrong through the pair's tongue-in-cheek lyrical deploy. Take a listen for yourselves below.



How Would You Know I Was Lonely? - Tracklisting:
1. Salad Cream
2. Ode 2 Joey
3. Tomato
4. Something For The Weekend
5. Single Life
6. Magic Hour
7. Local, Girl
8. Continental Breakfast
9. Anonymous
10. Cruel ft. Zoee
11. Sex And The Suburbs
12. Wandsworth Plain ft. Chris Difford

Tour Dates:
4.5 London, UK - Dingwalls Weekender
10-12.5  Brighton, UK - The Great Escape
22.5    Paris, France - Popup!
23.5    Dijon, France - Alchimia
15.6  Bristol, UK - Rough Trade w/ So Young Magazine

How Would You Know I Was Lonely? will be released June 21st through Moshi Moshi Records. 

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