Vermont-based multi-instrumentalist SUPRALUKE presents his debut studio album, Songs For The Great Blue Heron. The eleven-track folk project draws inspiration from the vast New England wilderness, casually ambling through genres. Co-produced and engineered by SUPRALUKE and Ben Collette (Phish) at Tank Studios in Burlington, VT, the album also features an illustrious list of musical guests including Jon Trafton (Strangefolk), Erik Glockler (Strangefolk), Richard James (Neighbor, Pink Talking Fish), and piano phenom Kevin Gift (Wendel Patrick).

Vermont-based multi-instrumentalist Supraluke released a new single, “Hoot.” Now available on YouTube accompanied by a kaleidoscopic lyric video, the percipient folk tune includes synth work from Ben Colette and piano accompaniment from Kevin Gift. “Hoot” is the first single off of the upcoming full-length album Songs for the Great Blue Heron, set to be released on 2/22/22.

WATCH “Hoot” on YouTube

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