UK singer/songwriter, McGoozer has created an internet storm this year with his live webcasts and YouTube covers, which caught the attention of brand bosses at Yamaha Music London who hand-picked McGoozer to be one of their elite live artists to perform at their pioneering Soho Sessions Live earlier this summer which reached over 20,000 live viewers during the performance. Now McGoozer announces the release of his third single, ‘Song from the Mirror’ released 15 September, the title track from his debut album ‘Songs from the Mirror’, which is released on the same day. With a selection of trans-Atlantic live dates soon to be announced, McGoozer is forcefully stamping an indelible mark on the global music scene.
‘Song from the Mirror’ is a perfect radio track, an upbeat catchy snapshot of life, reflecting the different sides of our moods and personalities. Spotlighting McGoozer’s distinctive vocals, ‘Song from the Mirror’ is a melodic depiction of what we see when we turn ourselves inside out and delve deep into our true hidden depths; those personal ingredients that make us who we are. Placing a mirror against our hidden selves, this track questions which version of ourselves is the one that will shine through today.
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