"Broken Mirror" out NOW for #BandcampFriday

Streaming everywhere else May 14th. Pre-save on Spotify!

Hey,

How are ya?

My new song “Broken Mirror” was released today on Bandcamp :)

You can listen to it now, and purchase it on Bandcamp where services fees have been lifted for artists today only.

A $1 song purchase is the revenue equivilant to streaming it 1000 times on Spotify. Not a hyperbole.

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Here are some nice things people have said about it already:

“It’s like an adult-acoustic Blink-182, a throwback Saves The Day, and a modern Trixie Mattel all met up and jammed.”

“I seriously felt like I was driving around in my old 1995 Honda in 2005 with my pals smoking illegal cigs and just living our best life.”

“I like the woo”

I’m so excited to share this record with you. Your feedback and encouragement have fueled me and I can’t tell you how much I appreciate it.

And of course, a special shoutout to the paid subscribers whose support have accelerated a years-long goal.

SPOTIFY USERS: Click this link to pre-save the song to your music library. It GREATLY helps my plays and playlisting.

https://distrokid.com/hyperfollow/tylerscruggs/broken-mirror

“‘Cause maybe our Star Wars is just AstroTurf and maybe Heaven is a place on Earth?”

"For now we see only a reflection as in a mirror; then we shall see face to face. Now I know in part; then I shall know fully, even as I am fully known."
1 Corinthians 13:12

lyrics

Your love is a broken mirror 
I can't wait to see it clearer 
And if I never do 
Fall in love with you 
Maybe that's okay? 

Figuring out if I have upstairs roommates 
Someone who hears me talk in my sleep 
Ghosts in my halls 

My bedstand won't stop vibrating 
While my eyes they won't stop dialiating 
Evacuation plans 

'Cause maybe there's more to it 
I just don't know 
I'm an adventurer until it's time to grow 

Tap-tap-tap
Tappin' my toes 'till it turns to a dance 
Restlessness becomes a moral stance 
Complacent afterlife 

'Cause maybe our Star Wars is just AstroTurf 
And maybe Heaven is a place on Earth?

credits

released May 7, 2021 
Written and Produced by Tyler Scruggs 
Guitars by Jorge Gutman and Pablo Monterisi 
Bass by Jack Allen 
Drums by Jake Naugle 
Mixed and Mastered by Guillermo Aguirre