Betterman's Rule
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Betterman's Rule

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"Betterman's Rule: The biggest band you may soon know"

"Self-described as Matchbox Twenty meets the Black Crows alternative rock, Betterman's sound is simple, soulful, and enjoyable."

"Betterman's Rule has come together to form a cohesive and innovative sound - something that brings a little bit of each of them to the stage." - Manchester Mirror

"Uncle Joe Radio Show"

"They're gonna knock those socks off on ya, if you're not wearing socks, well, they'll just knock you around." - Mojo Music


Betterman's Rule EP (2004)
1. Window
2. Living With My Sins
3. One Foot

The Paper Anniversary (2005)
1. What Goes Up
2. Living With My Sins
3. Sister Bad Luck
4. One Foot
5. Fly Away
6. Sad Songs
7. Should I Fall
8. Window

Streaming on Spiderbite
Streaming on Rage Rock


Feeling a bit camera shy


Betterman's Rule formed in late winter of 2003. Born in a barn in a frozen landscape, icy footprints beside amplifier drag marks, the band has been heating up stages ever since.

Their songwriting is a collaboration, usually built on a framework of Pat's lyrical or melodic idea. Each adds their own heart into it to form the Betterman's Rule Sound.

The members are all veteran musicians, with most playing for more than a decade. Whitworth has been playing the bass for 15 years and drummer Dan George has been at it for only one year less. Their singer and guitarist, Patrick Page, went to school for music, graduating with a degree in music and video business. Along with the guitar, Byron Marks switches between bass and keyboard.