Another Mirah-cle

There are few people who are as musically eclectic, honest, and interesting as Mirah, which is why her new album on K Records should be the newest addition to your ragingly queer collection. Share This Place: Stories and Observations is Mirah’s follow-up to 2004’s C’mon Miracle (not counting her remix album, Joyride, which is definitely worth purchasing as well) and it keeps up with the tradition of her music being literary and politically charged.

Share This Place has the perfect title for any Mirah album as her lyrical descriptions are always intensely detailed, but it is especially fitting for this collaboration with Spectratone International as there are 12 short animated films that accompany the tracks. Also, several of the songs are based on the lives of insects: just when you thought she couldn’t get any more amazingly weird.

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