Listen: The Rhythm Method release ‘Sex & the Suburbs’ from debut album

South Londoners, The Rhythm Method, have dropped a new track that will transport you to simpler days of waiting for the rail replacement and stealing your parents’ vodka. 

Fresh from their forthcoming album, How Would You Know I Was Lonely? – set to drop on 21st June via Moshi Moshi – the boys pay homage to the mundanity of suburbia via their signature style, combing party soaked synths with tongue in cheek lyricism. Joey’s spoken word poetry, which recalls late night sessions in his hometown, is punctuated by pulsating synths before leading into an infectious chorus reminiscent of 90s R’n’B.

If you have a penchant for old school dance tracks mixed with poetic realism, then this one’s for you.

We’ve added ‘Sex and the Suburbs’ to The So Young List on Spotify which you can find here.