Our debut EP “Northern White Clouds” is streaming for free here, just look for this album cover on the right sidebar of our website and browse the media player.  You can order the CD now through our Big Cartel online store, just visit our “Store” tab.

The EP contains 4 original songs, and an additional 2 songs penned by some of our musical heroes.  1. Train Song (Y.Tucker, SESAC 2013); 2. Use Me (B.Withers, Songs of Universal Inc.); 3. Blue Eyes (Y.Tucker, SESAC 2013); 4. Weatherman (J.Chayka, BMI 2013); 5. Northern White Clouds (B.Monroe, Unichappell Music Inc.); 6. Walk Away (R.Armstrong, ASCAP 2013)

Special thanks to Nino Moschella- owner and engineer at Bird and Egg Studios for hosting our recording sessions, and to Doug Chayka for the CD artwork, layout, and graphic design. 


SUPERMULE performing at Hardly Strictly Bluegrass Festival 2013, in Golden Gate Park, San Francisco.

For more footage of Supermule performances, please visit our YouTube link in the sidebar under “Interwebular”.

Recent Press

“The Bay Area’s Supermule is a tough band to categorize, and that’s just one of the reasons its new self-produced EP, ‘Northern White Clouds,’ ought to be on your permanent playlist. The album is a savvy mix of covers (the title track by Bill Monroe, Bill Withers’ “Use Me”) and original material, including “Train Song” and “Blue Eyes” by guitarist-lead vocalist Yoseff Tucker and “Weatherman” by banjoist Jim Chayka. The roots sound runs deep throughout the album, as you’d expect from three-time Northern California Bluegrass guitarist of the year Tucker and band founder Chayka, a crazy-great banjoist. But clearly, Supermule is much more than a great bluegrass outfit. You also get the superb work by bassist Zach Sharpe; Michael Emerson on keyboards; fiddler Alisa Rose; Rich Armstrong, horns and vocals; and drummer Michael Carroll (notably on “Walk Away”).”
-San Francisco Chronicle, June 2013


New EP: Northern White Clouds

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