Middle Pillar Presents is proud to bring you The Mirror Reveals: Frames of Teknicolor. The fourth release from the independent label is a collection of dark torch songs brought to uncertain life by delicate female vocals that awaken the senses (shaped by Bryin Dall and Derek Rush of A Murder of Angels). The album s title, Frames of Teknicolor, refers to a line in the opening track, "1939," a reflection by the voice of the piece comparing her life to the Golden Age of cinema. The title also refers to the album as a whole, each track being a dark poetic tale, a separate frame in the overall film. The songs weave these tales over ethereal yet hauntingly minimal atmospherics, violins pluck at the heartstrings in "1939," bitter isolation invades your dreams in "Confined," the gods call down the fury of the storms within the fairy tale of "The Undying Man." Each shimmering melody invokes an emotion through a sultry voice that brings the poetic lyrics to life. The epilogue is the beautiful "Frozen in Time," a haunting ballad that explores the phrase what might hav e been through piano, guitar and enchanting female vocals.