Photo credit: RUKES.
Porter Robinson has recently been rolling out singles for his forthcoming sophomore album, Nurture. The post-Worlds project already has three introspective and alluring singles—”Get Your Wish,” “Something Comforting,” and “Mirror,” respectively. Now the artistic visionary has released his latest music video for “Mirror,” which takes a mixed media approach under Robinson’s own direction.
The video opens in a secluded forest, presumably North Carolina where the artist hails from, as viewers follow along the trail. A hand-drawn picture of the artist mouths the song’s lyrics as symbolic drawings of fire and water are seen over the nature visuals. Eventually, the video directs viewers into a riverside clearing, enforcing the picture-perfect visual representation of the album—to push through the negative feelings of unhappiness to get to the feelings of being good enough.
‘Mirror’ is a song about the costs of being hard on yourself,” said Robinson on the meaning behind the song. “We all have these avatars that we give to our critical inner voices
No release date has been given for Nurture, but fans can guess that the album will be just what we need for the hardships of 2020 in particular.