Cross Wires Give Us Punk X New Wave Rush In New Single “Hall Of Mirrors”

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East London band Cross Wires make rock music infusing the raw grit of punk with new wave polish. Their latest single “Hall of Mirrors” is a hazy piece with echo-drenched vocals that take you diving into the gauzy sea of explosive percussions. There’s something visceral about “Hall of Mirrors” that makes you feel like you’re listening to shards of glass falling, but in a weird dreamy way. The track is from the band’s upcoming EP, which they’ll be sharing next year. In the meantime, enjoy:

Comprised of Jonathan Chapman (vocals) Peter Muller (guitar/vocals) Pete Letch (bass) and Ian Clarke (drums), Cross Wires released their critically-acclaimed debut album A Life Extinct in 2019. Since then, they’ve been featured across the press and radio stations around the world. Before the lockdown, the band has played across iconic venues in London including The Old Blue Last, Sebright Arms, Birthdays, The Victoria, The Monarch and opened the Punktastic stage at Camden Rocks Festival.