City Mouse | Joy of Life

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Joy of Life

by City Mouse

Americana trio from Atlanta, GA, this short EP is clever and fun. It runs the emotional gambit and leaves you anxious for more; makes for a great time and a bad boyfriend.
Genre: Folk: Traditional Folk
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  Song Share Time Download
1. I'm Done
4:05 $1.99
2. Mary
3:38 $1.99
3. Joy of Life
4:14 $1.99
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Album Notes
City Mouse is the collective spirit of Atlanta-based songwriters, Brian Revels and Michael Hudgins. Born in the latter part of 2012 amongst the trash heaps and decay-filled dumpsters of the Big Peach's outskirts and armed initially with one guitar and one banjo, City Mouse, is a bastard-spawn of too many nostalgic nights of drunken conversations about a shared sense of appeal for the potential in the modern music model.

One lucky day, these rat bastards stumbled into the Tin Roof Cantina in Atlanta to find Jenna Mobley sawin' a fiddle in half with Atlanta-folk badasses, Sailing to Denver. After a few songs and few beers they worked up the courage to get a name and number (for business reasons, of course).

Generally accompanied by a banjo (plus Brian's overzealous, tempo-tempting footstomps), a guitar, and a double-bass or violin, both played by the talented Miss Mobley, the Mouse's lyrics are the words that keep these brokeass, hopeless romantics spending all their tip money on microphones and strings.That is only to say that they mean them.

They're three folk artists that all play your heart strings. Weary of traps, they're none too bright and hopin' for some cheddar along the way hoping you can relate in this collective human experience. This rat race.

...Mouse race.

Thank you for your interest.



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