Indie rockers Miirrors hail from Chicago and create anthemic tunes to shout and scream along to. They remind me a little of Muse, a little of Radiohead and with their new single “Sinistry”, the guitar from Nirvana’s track “Radio Friendly Unit Shifters”. If you know the track and hear the guitar whine here, you’ll know what I’m on about! Whilst other musicians come to play in the band, a central duo of multi-instrumentalist Brian and drummer Shaun are the band’s mainstays. They’ve been working on new material after gaining fans from a cover of Jeff Buckley’s “Gunshot Glitter” in 2019. Now that material is ready to rock, Miirors are too.
Enjoy the live music video for “Sinistry” below. It’s one of those songs that starts out at a canter and then winds itself up into a crescendo. I approve! The single is out now and taken from “Definitive Version EP1” – a forthcoming release showcasing Chicago musicians. There’s no word yet on a Miirros release themselves but you can keep up to date with their releases on YouTube and Bandcamp.
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