Melbourne based four piece, Strangers, have released their highly anticipated second album Mirrorland through Sony Music Entertainment Australia.
The ten track, high octane record was written after a very dark time for the band, with front man Ben Britton suffering from anxiety and depression, taking a hiatus from Strangers to focus on his health. Slowly, Britton re-emerged; enough at least to let his band mates know there was a future. It was the start of a two-year journey – a journey that saw both singer and band reborn, and an incredible album created along the way produced by Shihad's Tom Larkin. Mirrorland is the work of a band that's been through the fire and come out the other side – wiser for it, stronger for it, and more grateful than ever to be making music that matters.
Ben Britton explains, "It was the record we needed to make, to process everything that was going on around us and within our personal lives."
The bands sophomore record, Mirrorland is available in both Standard and deluxe(CD/DVD), with the deluxe exclusive to JB HI-FI, including a live DVD recorded from the last Sydney show at The Lair.
A band that commands an audience, their live show is engaging and hard hitting. Spending the end of 2016 and 2017 on the road supporting Birds of Tokyo, Dead Letter Circus and Nothing But Thieves, Strangers need to be seen live and will be playing venues throughout 2017.
Strangers are: Ben Britton, Mark Barnes, Tristan Griffiths and Timmy Hansen.
God Is In My Head
Fear Of Nothing