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Campfire Spacesuit

by Mole Suit Choir

Campfire Spacesuit by Mole Suit Choir
Genre: Folk: Folk Blues
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  Song Share Time Download
1. In Residence
1:18 album only
2. The Air Felt Great Today
2:07 album only
3. Mystery Is a Fact
2:56 album only
4. Chronological Poem
4:19 album only
5. Weightless Again
3:53 album only
6. Strawberry Xanax
1:37 album only
7. Why
1:34 album only
8. Moon Clue
6:36 album only
9. Testify
2:38 album only
10. The Light Lives Everywhere Now
2:33 album only
11. We Shall Live Again
2:09 album only
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China Martens

something beautiful this way comes
I’ve been keeping a file on these wonders for a while now: but my files were lost in other files at the bottom of the tunnel under my dug out basement that floods in the rains until the truck farmers brought them back up, on the backs of their wheels. Glen Burnie, Poland meets Extraterrestrial, Alabama in Outer Baltimore from Inner Space: somehow they found each other, on their porches (I think it was Liz that knocked on Rupert’s door, incredulous he answered, and without fear bundled up all his fears. Together they struck the match and watched them burn, aglow, like bread crumbs soaked in firecracker rock worms); and picked up old instruments to continue digging their way out of the spinning yarn and into the fire. Come sit and warm yourself.

Something beautiful. Swaying old fairytales in new sounds from familiar stars in outlying spaces, singing of new pasts and old futures. Entwined like fingers and hair and melodic double dips. You should sing together Pope said, that’s what I heard in the Charles. You should sing together, that’s what the stars said, the frogs said, the people didn’t know. But now they know. Mystery is a fact. She played his poems. He learned the triangle. Old head are the best heads. Country music. There are points they combine transcendent. Crystal flames splintering into the darkness, spitting sparkling banjo, they have figured out how to drip soul without breaking a single heart in the process; vintage nestled coyote mothers; chained to the sky; lost in the rabbit fur rain drops; finding match sticks everywhere you go; building a decent cup of tea tower; planting a cherry tree in a river; taking only a pencil shavings on the brimstone; yodeling softly into our ears. And you thought that was good! Then rollicky, rollicky, rollicky, happiness. Upsy-downs-it, soothing sleepy heads. Every song has everything you need. Divine symmetry, from the dark has come the light. Bring your marshmallow sticks.

Drag burning wood; meadows; golden light; translucent honeybees, elbows; knees; testify. Moles now with toast; with over alls; safe, safe, in their molesuits; safe upon their travels; safe to climb back down from staring into the sun; back underground; blessed; glissaded; velvety; at home; in dark or light; singing the names of things.

David Beaudouin

Achingly Tender, Astral Balalds from Batimore's Best Folk Duo
Think George Jones & Tammy Wynette just back from an unexpected interdimensional jaunt, bringing with them sweet melodies, brilliant songwriting and the secrets of the spaces behind the stars. That's Mole Suit Choir, currently the leading lights in Baltimore's burgeoning neo-folk scene. Created by poet Rupert Wondolowski and painter Elizabeth Downing (both as well accomplished musicians), Mole Suit Choir gets to the heart of things as the best music does, with two voices entwined in high, lonesome harmonies accompanied by guitar or banjo. And like the best music, their oddly familiar songs will echo in your thoughts long after the lights go out. Highly recommended.