"We had six, seven, eight months of writers’ block when it felt like nothing was coming out . . . ”
Mirror, mirror on the wall, what’s the darkest album of them all?
Why ’tis none other than Sons and Daughters’ fourth album, Mirror Mirror — a collection of unsettlingly brooding post-punk songs about such cheery topics as suicide (The Model), discovering dead bodies (The Beach) and the unsolved Black Dahlia murder (Axed Actor).