Brighton electronic pop band Mirrors have released their new single 'Into The Heart' today via Skint Records and are also giving away a Valentines-themed mixtape.
Available on 7" and download, 'Into The Heart' also features the B-side 'Falls By Another Name'. The single is taken from their debut album, 'Lights & Offerings', a 10-track long-player to be released on 28th February 2011.
Mirrors Love Songs track listing:
1 'If I Was Your Girlfriend' - Prince
2 'Feeling Called Love' - Pulp
3 'Love Is The Message' - LFO
4 'When Your Lover Has Gone' - Derek Bailey
5 'Dreams Of Love' - Bert Jansch
6 'Love Sick' - Bob Dylan
7 'Love In Vain Blues' - Robert Johnson
8 'Death Letter' - Son House
9 'Love Me' - The Phantom
10 'Love Parasite, Pt. 2' - Fad Gadget
11 'Addicted to Love' - Ciccone Youth
12 'I 'm In Love With The Girl On The Virgin Manchester Megastore Checkout Desk' - The Freshies
13 'The End Of Our Love' - Nancy Wilson
14 'In The Wee Small Hours Of The Morning' - Frank Sinatra
15 'Into My Arms' - Nick Cave & The Bad Seeds
16 'Love In Mind' - Neil Young
17 'My Small Love' - Grandaddy
18 'Wig Master' - Xiu Xiu
19 'Alice' - Tom Waits
20 'Reservations' - Wilco
Having previously worked with Richard X and Ed Buller, and fired by a fierce D.I.Y. spirit that permeates every facet of their world, the band decamped to a rural farmhouse in Sussex run by a French hippy commune to self-produce their debut album. Completely self-contained and locked away in a room full of sleeping bags, old synths and supplies of food and other consumables dropped off by their label, they recorded the album in a month during early Summer 2010.
'Lights & Offerings' was later mixed at the DFA studios in New York by Rapture collaborator Jonathan Kreinik. The album also features the videos for previous singles 'Ways To An End' and 'Hide And Seek'.
Following on from recent support slots with OMD, White Lies and Fenech Soler, Mirrors are set to play a handful of live dates over the coming months, including a tour with Fujiya & Miyagi and one-off show with Gary Numan.
Mirrors live dates