Tidal Arms Streaming New Song "Mirrorbox"
As the official unveiling of Tidal Arms' self-titled sophomore release draws near, today the gatekeepers at Revolvermag.com deliver second track "Mirrorbox" to the masses. Give the track a listen below.
The album was self-produced and mixed by guitarist/vocalist Tom Tierney and Alex Mead-Fox at the band's own Spaceman Sound in Greenpoint, and mastered by Alan Douches at West West Side Music.
Drummer Francis Mark comments: "'Mirrorbox' is all about musical reflections. It's possible that the flipped groove drum beat in the verses was inspired by the third verse of 'Just What I Needed' by the Cars, when David Robinson flips the beat. We named that part 'Mirrorbox,' then came up with the chorus guitar part. Someone joked that we should play the mirror image of the chorus riff, so of course we had to. We recorded the riff, played it back in reverse, then learned what we heard. The outro of 'Mirrorbox' is the chorus riff performed in reverse. Lyrically, the song is an abstract meditation on the end of an era, beckoning the beginning of another."
You can also catch the band live:
11/22/2013 The Acheron - Brooklyn, NY *Record Release Show* w/ Tiger Flowers, Sleep Bellum Sonno, Cavallo, Mount Gomery
12/10/2013 Glasslands Gallery - Brooklyn, NY w/ Muscle Worship
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