Some say life only makes sense in reverse, from the outlook/vantage point of your rear view –
Magic Mirror is a looking glass of sorts. Like a modern day Alice in Wonderland, Pearl beckons you to slip in and fall into her world. You’ll find yourself drifting with the tide – the ups, downs, and all- arounds of a life well-lived and well-loved.
From start to finish you float along a reflective river, dancing in your own/the personal/private Studio 54 of your living room, decked out in sequins or nothing at all. It’s a feel good album that asks us to actually take the time to feel good. Magic Mirror follows the cartography of a girl, growing into a woman, as she moves through life from single-dom, to the expansive space of self-reflection, and the newly appreciated perspective of coming back together again and finding yourself, this time with someone new.
A love letter to the self, a dance party for life, and at times as introspective as your best trip. Pearl takes us on a journey, that like life & love, has the tendency to surprise, delight, and leave you breathless. All you have to do is let yourself enjoy it.