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The Rhythm Method return with the raw tones of ‘Salt’

Their first track since the summer is an ode to lost friends, with news that an album is ‘on its way’
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Published: 3:43 pm, December 07, 2018Words: Jamie Muir.
The Rhythm Method return with the raw tones of ‘Salt’

Dropping their first track since summer football sensation ‘Chin Up’, The Rhythm Method have changed things up with the devastatingly raw ‘Salt’

As described by the band, “it sounds like Christmas but it's not a Christmas song. More of a tribute to an old friend we lost a few years ago just as this band started. Since then there's been joy, sadness, madness and all points in between”. 

It’s a refreshing reminder of just how special a band these two are - after a year of numerous appearances up and down the land. Sharing the track, the band also confirmed that an album is ‘on its way’, so expect 2019 to be a bloody cracking one we reckon (it's why they're part of our Hype List 2019). 

Before then, The Rhythm Method will welcome in the New Year with an appearance at the Sebright Arms New Years Eve Party in London on - well - y’know, December 31st….

In the meantime, turn down the lights and check out ‘Salt’ below

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