The Rhythm Method have a brand new track, ‘Wandsworth Plain’

The song features a cameo appearance from Squeeze's Chris Difford.

The Rhythm Method have dropped a second single from their forthcoming debut album.

‘Wandsworth Plain’ is the latest cut to arrive from the long-awaited full-length, which is set for release on 21st June via Moshi Moshi.

The song features a cameo appearance from Squeeze’s Chris Difford. You can check it out below.

Describing the song, the duo explain: “’Wandsworth Plain’ is a kind of mini-epic, set over many years. 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.”

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