“Falling Away”, a new track from Plutinos, a project of Denver-based Nate Barnes.
“Despite having been making records and touring internationally for over 15 years, this is my first release of my own material. Most of my musical career was spent as drummer in the rock band Rose Hill Drive. We put out four studio albums and toured year round from 2002-2010, headlining shows and opening for acts such as The Who, Van Halen, Aerosmith, Stone Temple Pilots, Jane’s Addiction, The Black Crowes, and many others. Around 2012 I branched out on my own into freelance work and shortly after started playing with Oscar and Grammy Award winner Ryan Bingham. I drummed on his latest studio release “Fear And Saturday Night” as well as his live album “Ryan Bingham Live”, and co-wrote the score for the movie “A Country Called Home” with him and my former bandmate Daniel Sproul. After that I transitioned over to playing with multiple Grammy winner Mary Chapin Carpenter, and have been her touring drummer for a couple years now.
I’m also a composer for TV, radio, and film, and have written a catalog that has secured placements with HBO, Ford, Facebook, Target, Great Clips, and others. Despite all of my projects I had going on I was still feeling creatively unsatisfied and felt an irresistible need to overcome some of my own personal insecurities and to buckle down and record and release an EP of my own music. I decided to venture into uncharted waters and dive in headfirst into writing my own meaningful songs and creating the music I’d always wanted to play and hear. The result is Plutinos and it was written, performed, and recorded entirely on my own at my home studio outside Denver, CO between October and December of 2017.”
You can stream the EP here: