When listening to the debut album, Method of Places, from Melbourne-based musician Lewis Coleman, he suggests it is a kind of Memory Palace.
Written and self-produced across five years, in five bedrooms, Method of Places is a record with a big kind of history in it, both sonically and lyrically.
“Some of these songs have like a 21-year-old version of me playing bass, and like a 22-year-old version of me playing the guitar line and a 24-year-old version of me singing vocals and a 26-year-old version of me adding some other elements to it".
When taken as a whole, Method of Places becomes a history of his young adulthood up till now. A Memory Palace, where all the songs are different rooms, co-existing under the album’s roof.