Singer/Songwriter Tom Moriarty confidently bursts onto the scene with a full length studio album, Fire in the Doll's House. It's released with some anticipation, as Tom Moriarty has already received some excellent feedback for the title track which was released prior to the album. It's fresh, raw, folk based rock n' roll, it's gravelly and energetic music with the use of some different and sometimes unorthodox playing styles and ideas that work well together to produce, what seems to be, something quite special.
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