Brand new EP 'Looking glass' for The Birthday MassacrePosted on 11/03/08
Coming after The Birthday Massacre's third album, "Walking With Strangers", is the "Looking Glass" EP, the second single taken from the album. The EP is released while the band is preparing to embark on a North American tour with Mindless Self Indulgence. In addition to the title track, the EP contains mixes of "Red Stars," "Falling Down," and "Weekend," as well as two new tracks and a cover of the classic Ritchie Cordell written song "I Think We're Alone Now" that was a 1967 hit for American recording artists Tommy James & the Shondells and that was re-popularized 20 years later by Tiffany. Next to these there is also the video for "Looking Glass". Released on Metropolis and available from May 6th on.
Posted by B. Van Isacker
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