moving mirrors release bold new single, "Second Hand Lover"

Coming out of London, England is moving mirrors and just this Friday saw the quintet release their third single of the year, "Second Hand Lover". 

The single has one of those 'hidden-gems' feeling about it, and especially on the first ever play of the track I have written down in my notes 'Old Blue Last', 'Smokey' and 'Bold', indeed I can easily see this band take to the stage at one of the best live venues in East London and manage to capture everyone's attention.
Huge, bold and captivating from the first second to the last.

Right from the get-go there's a stonking big bass mixed with wallowing guitars drenched in reverb, it's so dark and incredibly enticing, and from there, you're hooked like a hungry fish. Vocally it's just as dominant as you'd expect it to be and with the tones ranging from mid-range to soaring ethereal it's a sight to behold.

If you made it to the latter two minutes of the track you'll be rewarded with some incredible tones, both vocally and instrumentally.