Malawi Mouse Boys: Dirt Is Good

Likeable strumming on homemade acoustic guitars with more than a hint of harmonised gospel in the singing

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Discovered by a roadside in rural Malawi selling mouse kebabs and ushered into a recording studio to lay down a quick set of punkishly-simple acoustic tracks, Malawi Mouse Boys attracted widespread popular success at last year’s WOMAD Festival.

Their second album breaks no new ground: likeable strumming on homemade acoustic guitars with more than a hint of harmonised gospel in the singing.

Malawi Mouse Boys

Dirt Is Good

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