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Methods

METHODS, Wolverhampton/Salford based, five piece, electro indie band. Influences include Joy Division, Depeche Mode, The National, New Order & Interpol to name a few. Formed after a mutual need to create something special, meaningful and different, Ash Bradley (Vox), Jon Nash (Synths) Ryan Deakin (Guitar), Adam Hall (Bass) and Pete Bates (Drums), created METHODS. Not ones to follow the crowd, METHODS produce a mixture of dark, gritty rhythms complimented with uplifting synths and guitars, topped off with some of the best lyrics around. BBC Introducing WM are big supporters of the band and have just announced METHODS as part of their ‘Sound of 2019’ list. Wolverhampton Wanderers used MANKIND as the sound track to the alternative highlights after their recent win against Tottenham at Wembley. The official animated video for MANKIND was voted ‘Video of The Year’ on twitter by ‘The Best New Indie’ Quotes “Wolverhampton five-piece METHODS eschew the ramshackle indie-pop of their neighbour city in favour of something darker and far more encompassing” Louder Than War “It’s Indie but in a good way” Johnny Doom - Kerrang Radio “I love the power and the feeling behind their music” Alex Noble - BBC Introducing West Midlands “Methods really are a F*****g exceptional live band” Tim Senna - Switch Radio “The single is super catchy and impossible not to get stuck in your head” Indie Midlands on previous single ‘Fires’ “These guys appear to find it blindingly easy to achieve brilliance! Give me one good reason why Mankind is not a great track and I'll counter you with twenty reasons why it is. 5 out of 5 Stars” Garth Musk - BB Music Reviews - WA12 Radio “Mankind is a gripping whack of fermenting gloomy electronica rushing with euphoric adrenaline. It’s a gripping catchy track that pulses and seeps dark electro indie from its very core” Indie Buddie

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