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Tia Gostelow has been making many moves in the first half of 2024, from playing at the Sydney Opera House as part of the VIVID Festival, winning the Indigenous Award at the QMA’s (Spring To Life), and announcing her one-single-a-month series releasing All Ur Sorrow, Taking My Time, and featuring on The Predators Say My Piece remix. Keeping with this trend of activity, Tia treats her audience once again with the release of her latest track, Mirrors, out now.

The track was co-written, produced, and mixed with Tia‘s friend and frequent collaborator, Matt McGuffie. Mirrors was later mastered by George Georgiadis at Little Wings Studio.

“This is another song that I wrote with one of my main and favourite collaborators, Matt McGuffie. I’ve said it before, and I’ll say it again, but whenever Matt and I write together, it feels effortless and like magic. We always create something that I really love, and “Mirrors” is no exception. – Tia Gostelow

Tia adds, “Mirrors is loosely based on my experiences in a long-distance relationship in my late teens and early twenties. It’s a story being told. The first verse focuses on that intense, initial love and wanting to just listen to your partner talk about the monotonous parts of their day because you just like listening to them talk.

The second verse focuses more on living separate lives in different cities and living situations. When you’re in this part of a long-distance relationship, you always wonder when it will end and when you’ll be together.

I like how literal the verses are and how they paint a picture of finding your individuality while you’re in a long-term, long-distance relationship. I think when most people picture living away from the person they love, it seems pretty scary, and for me, it did suck, but I also feel as though it allowed me to grow into my own person while also growing up with the person I love.


With thanks to Footstomp Music

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