Mirrors "Hide and Seek" video

Mirrors release music video for new single "Hide and Seek"


"Hide and Seek" single available on November 15th via Skint Records

Brighton, UK-based electronic, "pop-noir" act Mirrors is excited to announce the release of the music video for their new single "Hide and Seek."

The video premiered on Pitchfork, and the clip was helmed by Simon Pollard, the director who worked with the band on their previous music video for the single "Ways To An End", shot at the legendary Duke of York's Picturehouse in Brighton.

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The video for "Hide and Seek" is an homage to abstract European animation that features the impressive movement of clay figures within the warm glow of a vintage television set and apartment scene - check it out below on BandWeblogs.com!

Watch "Hide and Seek" video:

Taken from their forthcoming debut album, 'Lights & Offerings,' the "Hide and Seek" single was recorded in the UK and mixed by Rapture/!!! collaborator Jonathan Kreinik.

The single, available on 7" and digital download, features the extra track "Toe The Line," and also mixes from House of House, Leo Zero and Kwes.

Currently the band is gearing up for their supporting trek with synth-pop legends OMD in the UK and plan to release 'Lights & Offerings' in February 2011.

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