The debut album from London’s The Rhythm Method described by The Guardian as “A Balearic vision of romance as imagined from a parochial nightclub dancefloor”.
Formed half a decade ago in a Thameside squat protection scheme intended for professionals but inhabited by the
barely-employed, the duo of lyricist/vocalist Joey Bradbury and top-liner/singer-songwriter Rowan Martin turned a
summer of FIFA tournaments, cosmic breakdowns and 4pm beers into a series of bizarre, outsider-music iPhone demos that became a Soundcloud, then a band, then a live show and now an album.
Fans and supporters have ranged from spiritual forbearers such Mike Skinner (who produced ‘Cruel’, which also
features London electronic pop artist Zoee), Squeeze frontman Chris Difford (who lends a knowing baritone to the
chorus of Zone 2 opus ‘Wandsworth Plain’), Elton John and Suggs from Madness.