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“Mirror” – CODE ORANGE shatters expectations with softer new single

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Pittsburgh-based heavyweights Code Orange have thrown fans a curveball, plunging into a mellower sphere with their latest single, “Mirror.” Swapping their hardened armor for a softer, more reflective guise, this new track teases the band’s upcoming fifth album, “The Above,” set for a September 29 release via Blue Grape Music.

Embracing a spectral blend of trip-hop and mournful strings, “Mirror” delivers a whimsical detour from their recent grunge anthemTake Shape,” which showcased Smashing Pumpkins’ Billy Corgan.

In “Mirror,” Reba Meyers‘ lilting vocals serve as a haunting refrain, coloring the song with unprecedented tonal nuance.




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