Superdownhome are a duo born in June 2016.
The two decide to collaborate and form a project linked to the traditions of rural blues, but also projected towards personal spaces contaminated by rock’n’roll, country, folk and punk.
Seasick Steve and Scott H. Biram are the artists they draw inspiration from. Inspired by Seasick Steve they decide to use tools like Cigar Boxes and Diddley Bows. From Scott H. Biram, they adopt the minimal approach and the mix between soft and wild mood.
Between April and October 2017 they release an eponymous EP and a record entitled “Twenty-Four Days” both recorded, mixed and mastered at Bluefemme Stereorec in Brescia by Marco Franzoni.
“Twenty-Four Days” also sees the contribution of Popa Chubby who agrees to collaborate on two tracks.
The album is released physically for Slang Records and digitally for Warner Italia.
In February 2018 the duo opens six of the eight concerts of the Italian Popa Chubby tour. Popa Chubby himself also participates in the video for “Stop Breaking Down Blues” by Robert Johnson.