Electro-jam outfit White Denim has released another single from their upcoming album Side Effects. The instrumental “Reversed Mirror” features some great guitar harmonizing over a driving beat filled out with the band’s electronic wizardry. Check it out in the video above.
“Reversed Mirror” is a reworking of one of White Denim’s earlier tracks from their 2009 album, Fits, called “Mirrored and Reversed.” As Jambase reported, White Denim guitarist James Petralli detailed why the band chose to revisit the song.
“We are interested in reframing ideas and presenting them in new ways. ‘Mirrored in Reverse’ from Fits was a live staple for us for many years. We would improvise on the intro for a few minutes each night. Lots of ideas came out of those improvisations. Steve [Terebecki] and I mashed a bunch of them together for this version.”
“Reversed Mirror” is White Denim’s third single from Side Effects. It follows the singles “NY Money” and “Shanalala.” You can listen to both of those singles on AXS by following this link. Side Effects arrives on March 29 via City Slang Records.
Side Effects follows White Denim’s 2018 album Performance and 2016’s Stiff. Since releasing their debut, Workout Holiday, in 2008, the prolific group has released seven studio albums, four EPs and a live album recorded at Jack White’s Third Man Records with White himself producing the live effort. White Denim's Live at Third Man arrived in 2011.