Self-described “extreme folk” Scottish band Mouse Eat Mouse are one of the more obscure acts around, which makes it all the more satisfying to hear any new works.Last year’s Toxic Tails is an album of beauty, anger and passion, traits often missing in today’s sanitised music industry.I decided, therefore, to get in touch with CD Shade, the bald-headed, smooth-singing wordsmith who is the backbone of the act.
It turned out to be a fascinating exchange, Shade [ . . . ]
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