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Rum Fit Mosey “Singles & Filters”

Toronto based Singer/Songwriter Rum Fit Mosey puts forth a very honest and solid effort on debut EP Singles & Filters which was just released via indie label Uglycub Records. First, let’s address the name, (pulled this direct from the artist) – “The rum fits: an old coin of phrase used by sailors to describe the effects of heavy booze withdrawal. A Rum Fit Mosey is one’s ability to sing and dance their way out of it.” Now, onto the music…

At times, songwriters create their own place in which they can find a spot to hide from the world while still being able to contribute to it. This is the case with “Mosey”. It’s a great example of a genuine offering that wants to exorcise some old ghosts while being relatable. These here are the type of songs you want to hear from an old jukebox in a lonely bar. Booze, drugs, heartache…it’s all there. It’s delivered from the heart and without pretense. Although these songs aren’t reinventing the wheel it’s still refreshing because we live in a world overburdened by unbearable and overproduced soulless sounds from fake and airbrushed faces.

If you really like to dig deep for music, then here, you’ve struck a gold nugget. Better yet, there is a cool little concept that goes along with this EP. Apparently, this is a collection of songs that will remain unfinished after its release. Singles & Filters will continue to be recorded and added to. Give this thing a listen and be a part of the journey as it grows. It’s well worth the time, this could easily become your next shoulder to cry on. Again, a real solid effort.

Great for fans of Angie Aparo, Clem Snide and Pedro The Lion

Find it here: https://rumfitmosey.bandcamp.com/releases And enjoy it everywhere.