While gearing up for the release of their self-titled album on September 18th, L.A. moody pop duo Mines Falls have shared a new track called “From Behind Glass.”
“In some ways this song epitomizes the sound we were gravitating towards with this album: angular, unsettling, and neither organic nor fully electronic,” songwriter Carson Lund explains. “A wonderful musician from Chicago, Matchess, who also performed in a feature film I shot in the summer of 2019, plays the beautiful strings, which provide a counterpoint to Erik’s sharper analog synth sounds. Like several other songs on this album, the lyrics paint a portrait of a deteriorating relationship that’s a few parts autobiographical and several parts fiction.”
Listen to “From Behind Glass” below.
Lead photo courtesy of Michael Basta.