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The Rhythm Method's ‘Something For The Weekend’ is their first release on Moshi Moshi. An eloquent and instantly addictive ode to love, summer and a good haircut, teeming with pay-day reverie and date-night stupor, it fast tracks the group to the front row of classic modern pop. Just one play on the songs’ effortless blend of sun-drunk riffs, feel-good rhythm and amorously infectious vocals is enough to put it on the Saturday night speed dial.
‘Something For The Weekend’ joins an already formidable canon of irreverently incisive, endlessly inventive songs including ‘Party Politics’, ‘Local, Girl’, ‘Home Sweet Home’ and ‘Cruel’, which have earned the duo of vocalist and lyricist Joey Bradbury and songwriter Rowan Martin fans ranging from Matty Healy from The 1975 to actress and playwright Michaela Coel, Suggs, The Street’s Mike Skinner and Denise Welch. Accolades from outlets including The Guardian, i-D, Dazed, Mixmag, Popjustice and Shortlist have further cemented the bands idiosyncratic credentials.