Video: Call Me Spinster “Mule”

Call Me Spinster
Photo Credit: William Johnson

Call Me Spinster tug at the heartstrings with their new single ‘Mule’.   The video features a young girl and her father on a camping trip.  Beautiful cinematography by director Daniel Andrade captures the natural beauty of a national park in Ecuador.  As singer Amelia Graber Jacobs sings about finding a sense of home, the final frames of the video put the father-daughter relationship in a deeper perspective.

“This song was written while my now-husband and I were living with my parents in St. Paul, MN, filming a movie he’d written. We had turned my parents’ urban garage into a pen for two goats that factored into the movie somehow. It was a cold, snowless, winter, and it was becoming clear that we couldn’t finish the film. We decided to head back down south to Tennessee, get married, and start our own life in warmer waters. ‘Mule’ is about that homecoming.”

‘Mule’ is from their debut album ‘Potholes’ available now via Strolling Bones Records.

About Ed Donnelly 141 Articles
Ed Donnelly is a multi-instrumentalist, recording engineer and record producer from Los Angeles. He has worked with Willie Nelson, Crowded House, Marc Cohn, Jools Holland, Matchbox Twenty, The Cult, BoyHaunt, Gladys Knight, Trent Summar and The West Coast Mob, Smashing Pumpkins, Del McCoury, OK Go, Exodus, Molly Leach, Tom Morello, O.A.R., Madness, The Crystal Method, DrunkHungry, Deadmau5, Zac Brown, CrysP Tyger, Bighead Todd and the Monsters, Jake Shimabukuro, Barenaked Ladies, Tsar, Killola and more. Donnelly regularly performs with Nathan Jacques as well as Little Silver Hearts and records with GhostsDream. Little known fact: He previously held Top Secret Security Clearance with the U.S. Department of State and Q Clearance from the Department of Energy. He currently runs The Barber’s Basement Recording Studio in Highland Park and is a partner in The Atmos at Lemontree Studio.
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