The Rhythm Method release new track ‘Wandsworth Plain’

It features Squeeze’s Chris Difford.

After announcing they’d be releasing debut album ‘How Would You Know I Was Lonely’ next month back in April, The Rhythm Method have shared another new track.

They’ve recruited Squeeze’s Chris Difford for ‘Wandsworth Plain’.

“’Wandsworth Plain’ is a kind of mini-epic, set over many years,” explain the duo. “It’s a kitchen sink drama, set in South London, almost a spiritual update of ‘Up The Junction’. A song that incorporates a lot of our collective influences; Small Faces, The Kinks, Pulp and of course Squeeze. When we found out Chris Difford was a fan, we couldn’t not get him involved.”

Listen below.

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