This progressive music EP is "sort of a concept album about places you'd visit in dreams (or nightmares), out-of-body experiences, alternate realities, etc. There is also a thread running through the songs about angels. Or, more specifically, waiting in vain for them. Everything happens for a reason, remember?"
Album artwork by Richey Beckett.
Mastered by Timothy Stollenwerk (Mount Eerie, Neutral Milk Hotel)
Some reviews of earlier Mountain Mirrors releases:
“Imagine if you will, walking through a forest that’s enshrouded in dense fog. Visibility is only a few hundred feet in any direction. Moisture glistening off the surrounding foliage as your breath bellows from your mouth in a cloud of steam. The crunch of leaves and decay under every footstep being the only sound to accompany the animal-like howl of the wind. Kinda’ creepy out here all alone, huh? That’s the power of Mountain Mirrors.” - The Ripple Effect
“The slightly folky acoustic guitars, sweet drum cadences, subtle keyboard sounds, and most importantly Sanders’ otherworldly vocals, when combined, do invite comparisons to names like Opeth, Nick Drake, Pink Floyd, and even Alice In Chains’ unplugged material, but overall, the music presented on this disc is in a league all its own.” - Sea of Tranquility