Pete Muller Releases New Music Video For “Back to Nothing”

Pete Muller is an American singer-songwriter whose passion for math and music forged a rather unconventional path. His sound can be described as Americana with a rock and soul vibe.

Muller was recently profiled in American Songwriter and People Magazine for the release of his fourth studio album, Dissolve. Muller’s journey has taken him from the peaks of the financial world to performance stages all over the world, including the Montreux, Telluride, and Umbria Jazz Festivals.

Produced by Emmy-winning, Grammy-nominated Rob Mathews (Sting, Rod Stewart, Carly Simon), Muller himself has been described by acclaimed producer and musician, Quincy Jones, as “one of a kind with a brilliant mind (and with) the heart and soul to match!”

Muller, a longtime champion of music education and the arts, spearheaded the Berklee School of Music’s acquisition of New York City’s Power Station recording studio, saving the iconic space from being shuttered. In partnership with the city, Muller is helping transform the beleaguered studio into a world-class facility that Berklee will use as its first New York outpost for students.

In his latest video release for the title track, “Back to Nothing,” Pete offers a comedic take on performing in the wilderness of Colorado, where he puts together a pretty eclectic group of musically talented “animals.”

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