2013 album from the Austin, TX-based Alt-Rock band formerly known as Follow That Bird. FTB were once the talk of Austin, but the band's label folded, taking with it the money promised them to record their debut full-length. But instead of seeing that as a major roadblock, the trio saw it as the perfect chance to forge their own path. With it came a new band name - Mirror Travel - and a chance to further strengthen their belief in the power of the music they were creating together. Or as Tiffanie Lanmon put it, 'We had to walk into the desert and do things our way.' the desert Lanmon (drums) is referring to is the one that surrounds Marfa, Texas, where the she, Paul Brinkley (bass/vocals) and Lauren Green (guitar/vocals) decamped for two weeks to record with Gory Smelley at Marfa Recording Studio. It was just the isolating experience the band needed to bring their album Mexico into the world. The results? One of the most warmly engaging records you're likely to hear this year. With Smelley's help, Mirror Travel were able to more fully embrace the dreamy garage pop sound that got them to where they are today.This is a new, unopened CD in its original packaging.