About Muules

Muules piece together three parts that sound like the sum of six. Bass covering the low and high ends, big drums, belting vocals and touches of synth, all wrapped up in a tasty alt-rock package.

Imagine Grinspoon and Royal Blood giving birth to a three-headed musical child, sticking it in a DeLorean, sending it back to 1990’s Seattle, and letting that bastard fend for itself... and you get an idea of what Muules sounds like.
— The Point Music News
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Their story...

“Holy s***! How did you get the bass to sound like that?”

Muules have spent the last two years digging deeper, further exploring their progressive alternative rock sound, while still limiting themselves to just bass, drums, synth and vocals.

In a heavily guitar-driven genre, the trio have pushed the sonic boundaries to the point of sounding bigger than most five-piece bands around.

Having already released an EP in 2018, followed by a self-produced single earlier this year, Muules will release their next effort - deemed their most adventurous and heaviest so far.

Teaming up with Clint Vincent (guitarist for Dead Letter Circus, producer Aerials) on mixing duties, Muules are going deeper into their sound with their brand new release.

This is not your average run-of-the-mill trio. This is Muules.

 

 

Who are Muules?

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Rhys - Bass

Songwriter. Creative Director.

Lover of pop culture. Collector of comic books.

Manages to make his bass sound like many different instruments wrapped up into one... just don't ask how.

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Nathan - Vocals

Vocalist. Lyricist.

Pint-sized singer that can sound like an angel screaming into a horn, with the volume to bring down mountains.

Has seen a lot. Knows things.

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Nick - Drums

In charge of hitting inanimate objects, and making it sound huge.

Curator of a very fine hat collection.

Able to grow dapper moustaches with ease.

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