Jacob's Mouse were a three-piece indie rock band from Bury St Edmunds, Suffolk, England. They comprised identical twins Hugo and Jebb Boothby on guitar and bass respectively, along with singing drummer Sam Marsh.
'No Fish Shop Parking' was their debut album, originally released in 1991 on the band's own Blithering Idiot imprint. A critical success on release, it led to high-profile support slots with "buzz" bands of the day (including Th' Faith Healers, Nirvana, Suede and Manic Street Preachers), numerous festival appearances, the support and patronage of Radio One's John Peel, and a recording contract with London-based Wiiija Records (home to Cornershop, Therapy? and BiS).
Jacob's Mouse formed in 1988. Members were Hugo Boothby on guitar, Jebb Boothby on bass and Sam Marsh on drums and vocals. The band released three albums and several EPs/singles before splitting in 1995.