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Mirrors On The Moon Debut Their First Single and Video, “Get Lost”

Mirrors On The Moon has released their debut song “Get Lost” with an accompanying video. Check it out today!



Mirrors On The Moon, photo by Lisey D.

Mirrors On The Moon has released their debut song “Get Lost” with an accompanying video. A single fuzz-drenched guitar riff kickstarts “Get Lost” as the Bonham-esque beat brushes up against a raucous and raw chant.

Says frontman and songwriter Donny Dykowsky:

“It’s a simple little love song with garage rock sensibility. In the early days it was impossible for me to write anything this straightforward. However, emotion tells the story and it’s just fun.”

“Get Lost” is the first track from Mirrors on the Moon’s upcoming self-titled debut EP coming later this year. Dykowsky’s latest offering of songs find a balance between psych-rock and Americana with themes exploring existentialism, love, and mysticism.

Mirrors on the Moon is the brainchild of singer, guitarist and producer Donny Dykowsky (Chesterwhite). He’s joined by Chesterwhite bassist Freddy Pastore as well as drummer John Hummel [Lady Gaga], keyboardist Dave Archer [UNI and the Urchins], with Emily MacMahon [Colorjoy] on backing vocals.

Dykowsky says:

“There are mirrors on the moon. We shoot lasers at those mirrors to calculate how far the moon drifts from the Earth. The name is three-dimensional for me because I think of where I’ve been and what’s to come.”

He continues, “These songs have a certain weight to them, and hopefully the performance is sincere enough where you can find truth in them as well.”

Mirrors On The Moon “Get Lost” single artwork

Mirrors On The Moon “Get Lost” single artwork

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