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Mt. Joy announce self-titled debut, take their amiable folk rock to The Lodge Room on 12/8

Folk rock band Mt. Joy's early singles had an amiable folk sound with a bedroom recording aesthetic. But even if they sounded brittle, they were really bursting with life, just begging for a warmer and more expansive treatment. New single "Silver Lining" fulfills that purpose - the lush and homey harmony, which packs a familiar folk-meets-roots combo, has a big-hearted, anthemic quality that, even if a tad too slick for its own good, does harbor an inviting air..

"Silver Lining" can be found on Mt. Joy's self-titled debut, which is out on March 2nd through reputable folk/Americana label Dualtone Records. You can catch them perform a hometown town - before they head out on tour with Neko Case next year - at the Lodge Room in Highland Park on December 8. Juan Rodríguez

 

 
 
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Mt. Joy look ahead on new single "Cardinal"

The story of Mt. Joy can be found on their new single "Cardinal". It's a song about moving forward regardless of an imminent seperation, a message that goes in agreement with how the indie folk duo regrouped after taking other career paths. Having moved forward with the project must've did them well. A calm whistle prettifies the song's stready acoustic strum, until it takes charge in its final stretch with a chorus that's downright life-affirming.

Mt. Joy are making a few festival stops before going on a tour that takes them all over the East Coast. "Cardinal" is out now on all streaming platforms. 

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