Available on 12" Black Vinyl & CD 6PP DigiPak. 200 copies black vinyl (Sold Out) , 100 pink vinyl (sold out) & 500 CD.
Featuring the glorious artwork painted by Jeremy Tuplin himself. The vinyl comes shrink wrapped, with white discobag inserted into a card sleeve. The sleeve features the singer's own exceptional psychedelic paintings front and reverse.
Tuplin describes ‘Pink Mirror’ as a “jovial sojourn through some of human nature's so-called dark sides. It's a satirical look at representations of love, desire, vanity, society, the internet and more in the modern world. For Tuplin, the pink mirror represents the rose-tinted spectacles through which we often view our world and/or our own places within it.
The album was recorded at Marketstall Recording Studio in South Bermondsey with Mark Estall, the sound-engineer and co-producer who worked on Tuplin’s acclaimed first album, ‘I Dreamt I Was An Astronaut’. Clash Music described ‘I Dreamt I Was An Astronaut’ as a “cosmic gem”; Tom Robinson of BBC 6 Music called it “unconventional, conversational and intimate”. Tuplin was subsequently compared to such legends as Leonard Cohen, Bill Callahan, Nick Drake and ‘Space Oddity’-era Bowie. Boomtown Fair music festival hailed him as “one of the founding fathers of the lesser known genre of space-folk.” ‘Pink Mirror’ brings it all back to earth, adding soundscapes and swells – and more guitar
“...an idiosyncratic, fiercely independent singer-songwriter
melodic hooks, wryly observant lyrics
...a unique sonic vision” Folk Radio
'a joyous, acerbic triumph' 8/10 The Line of Best Fit
'some of the year’s most poignant song-writing.' 9/10 Loud & Quiet