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Posted on Monday 28th October 2019 at 16:00

MIRRORS Festival returns to London this weekend (Saturday 2nd November) and brings with it a range of international talent.

Phoebe Bridgers, American Football, Cass McCombs and Turnover play the newly located main stage at Camden Roundhouse after shifting west across the city from MIRRORS’ traditional Hackney home.

Other new venues include Sackler Space, Torquil’s Bar, Dingwalls and Camden Assembly; meaning that you will always be, at most, a five minute walk away from the next artist you plan on seeing.

Doors open at 1pm for all venues except Roundhouse’s main stage, which opens at 5pm – 1 hour before Turnover take to the stage. With the stages being so close together you have plenty of time to wander around and discover something new before heading to the main stage.

We strongly recommend catching Wirral rockers The Mysterines (5:30pm, Camden Assembly). Their high-intensity sound has caused waves within the scene; Fred Perry and BBC Introducing being just two of a long-list of admirers. Listen to: Bet Your Pretty Face.

One of the most intriguing acts at this year's MIRRORS is The Soft Cavalry (5:30pm, Sackler Space). The husband-and-wife duo of Steve Clarke and Rachel Goswell (Slowdive) create cinematic soundscapes with eerily glistening vocals across a dozen tracks on their epoymous debut LP. Listen to: Mountains.

Another act we cannot wait to see is Sheer Mag. The Philadelphia, PA quartet have all the hallmarks of seventies rock, but with a punk twang. Latest LP, A Distant Call, features one of our favourite songs of 2019 (Hardly To Blame) and it will be the perfect way to close Dingwalls at 6:30pm. Listen to: Hardly To Blame.

Cass McCombs is the filling in a Turnover/American Football sandwich. His ninth LP, Tip Of The Sphere, is a perfect display of classic rock - with Nick Drake-esque vocals, McCombs' performance is hypnotic throughout and is guaranteed to be just that at 6:30pm on the main stage. Listen to: Sleeping Volcanoes.

Previous editions have featured acts that have gone on to become household names such as Sam Fender, Dream Wife, Bill Ryder Jones and Declan McKenna, so be sure to catch your next favourite act up close and personal.


Final tickets are on sale here


Getting to MIRRORS Festival:

The best way to access MIRRORS Festival is via public transport. The most convenient tube station is Chalk Farm is on the Edgware branch of the Northern Line (a two-minute walk to/from Roundhouse).

Bus links are equally straightforward - loads of buses run to and from Chalk Farm Road including the 24, 27, 31, 46, 168 and 393.

Buses to and from Camden include 24, 27, 29, 31, 134, 135, 168, 214, 253, 274 and C2


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