Americana Highways brings you this premiere of Pete Muller’s song “Tin Palace” from his forthcoming album Spaces, due to be released on May 20. Spaces was produced by Rob Mathes with executive producer Pete Muller for Two Truths Records. It was engineered by Alex Venguer (assisted by Matthew Soares, Teng Chen, Regina Averion, and Ben Miller); mixed by Elliot Scheiner (assisted by Aki Nishimura and also mixed by Alex Venguer); and mastered by Scott Hull at Masterdisk.
Musicians on “Tin Palace” are Pete Muller (lead vocals, acoustic and electric piano); John Whooley (background vocals and acoustic guitar); Melissa (Missy) Soltero (background vocals); Martha McDonnell (violin and background vocals); Skip Ward (electric and acoustic bass); Dave Silliman (drums and percussion); Eric Donnelly (electric guitars); Larry Campbell (pedal steel guitar and mandolin); Rob Mathes (main acoustic guitar parts, Hammond B-3 and synthesizer); and Charlie Giordano on accordion.
The strings, horns, and choir on the album were arranged and conducted by Rob Mathes with numerous musicians playing.
A lot of music videos purport to be beautiful, and to a degree they are, but this one is the real deal. It’s beautiful footage in montage with Pete Muller singing beautifully. The video is perfectly dove-tailed with Muller’s pretty song that takes a deep dive into philosophy and time. His music will inspire you.
A few years back a (platonic) musician friend invited me to take a weekend head-clearing break at a mysterious location. That journey inspired this song. The “Tin Palace” is a real place. But it’s a more a state of mind. – Pete Muller
Find the music and more information here: https://www.petemuller.com