Sound & Vision
Enough with the reading! This website is all about music so dive into the world of Mirrors and check some of their songs and videos below:
Into The Heart (Video Edit) (3:42)
Hide And Seek (Video Edit) (3:44)
Ways To An End (5:03)
Last modification: 2012-06-20
Mirrors are a band originating from Brighton, UK. They started when indie rock band Mumm-Ra broke up. James, the singer, met Ally and they formed Mirrors soon after James "Tate" joined them, who apparently wanted to make new music as well after the Mumm-Ra brake-up. When Josef joined, the original line-up was complete and the four started to work on material.
Mirrors are compared with Kraftwerk, OMD and Depeche Mode but also have influences of Joy Division and Primal Scream. They are in the end a band who very well reproduce the good old 80's synth-pop sound!
Their first release was a nice red 7" single, self-released through Pure Groove from 2009. Their second single was released through Moshi Moshi and from there they were picked up by Skint Records.
Ally left the group in October 2011 and their deal with Skint was for one album only, so they are without a record deal at the moment. Thank God they haven't given up and released a new digital EP in January 2012 which contains two new tracks and five unreleased demos. Their first single of 2012, called Hourglass, was released on the 18th of June.
Find below an overview of their current releases, broken down by each type of release. Click on a title for further information including tracklisting, catalogue numbers and artwork.
- 2011: Lights And Offerings
- 2010: Broken By Silence
- 2011: Deconstructed
- 2012: This Year, Next Year, Sometime . . . ?
- 2009: Look At Me
- 2009: Into The Heart
- 2010: Ways To An End
- 2010: Hide And Seek
- 2011: Into Heart Heart
- 2011: The White EP
- 2011: Look At Me
- 2011: Ways To An End (Radioactive Man Rework)
- 2012: Hourglass
- 2009: Coming 2010
- 2010: Remixes
- 2010: Farm Mirrs
- 2010: Mixtape
- 2010: Mirrors Film Challenge
- 2010: Theme Time Radio Ear II
- 2010: Theme Time Radio Ear III