Where to start when it comes to Peter Muller, is not an easy thing because this isn’t just a music artist, but his latest single “Let You In” opened the door for me and can do the same for anyone. The rest is another story, equally fascinating but only some of it has to do with his passion for music which is only one successful journey he’s been on over the years. There is much to his story already without even talking about the music, so it’s not your average story to say the least it’s complex and diverse while also heroic in his circles.
“Let You In” is a beautiful track sung by co-songwriter, Missy Sultero, whose voice swirls around Muller’s with perfection and grace without being contrived and commercial laced. Instead what’s to be heard is a matter of sheer taste and excellence without getting too wrapped up in glowing about it. You just can’t deny a great thing when you hear it and “Let You In” is no exception to that rule, it’s undeniably good and so are the band in every way. The video also captures every essence of the song.
It’s not every day the music community gets wind of such quality artistry, usually which sits in more mature demographics. This is how genres tend to separate everything and cause great music to fall through the cracks, but this deserves attention from the masses. Peter Muller does have his audience, but for those who’ve never heard him, I can only recommend putting “Let You In” on your playlist and taking it from there and the rest about the artist himself will either impress you or not, but rest assured my money would be on the former. You only live once and it’s nice to hear on loop.
The two voices in question have a way of whisking you off your feet and following the melody as they intertwine-together throughout the song, and this can also be seen in the video with them performing in the late hours at the lounge. It’s worth pointing out that Muller makes a lot of videos to help promote his music, and they all do the business as well. It’s safe to say by now that Peter Muller is world renowned for not only his musical career, but it can somewhat lead away from it to talk about that when the music is the main subject matter.
“Let You In” itself is worth basking in several times over before even realizing what a gem it truly is, but that’s how you get to the center of any song’s universe, so it’s best to concentrate on that magic and find more about the artist if it so interests. It’s a job to write and a job to publicize and both get equal efforts done no matter who it’s about, and this is one song I can say deserves full attention to his music. For more very interesting information on Peter Muller, find him on the internet, you won’t be disappointed you did, and you might even find out you’ve already heard about him in his other circles.