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Following their huge grunge anthem “Take Form,” which featured the Smashing Pumpkins luminary Billy Corgan, Code Orange are again with one other unpredictable observe known as “Mirror.”
The Pittsburgh band’s newest providing from their forthcoming album, The Above (out Sept. 29), is among the largest left turns they’ve ever taken; a moody, elastic trip-hop observe with mournful strings, delicate piano, and a blowout vocal efficiency from Reba Meyers that’s by far probably the most tuneful hook Code Orange have ever delivered.
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“This tune has a particular place in my coronary heart,” Meyers says. “To me, it’s the climax of this model of my writing on this band up to now. Have a look within the mirror, are you bored?”
It’s a completely contemporary route for the hardcore bruisers, and we’re greater than right here for it. See the playful, quixotic, stop-motion music video beneath.
This text was initially revealed on RevolverMag.com and has been edited by Various Press.