"Mirrors" encapsulates an introspective ethos as Elohim and MEMBA challenge their inner selves and images against reality. The track's visualizer further illustrates this theme via a trippy audiovisual with contorting images of rave scenes.
"When I wrote ‘Mirrors’ I was picturing a dialogue with a different version of myself," Elohim said in a press statement. "Talking to her, shaking her up, and telling her to wake up. It always feels like a trip when I'm speaking with my inner self, then flash—back to reality like I'm coming down off medication."
"For us, ‘Mirrors’ is about self-image—something that is so incredibly distorted through today's way of living,” MEMBA added.
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Listen to “Mirrors” below and stream the track here.