Irish-born and currently London-based sisters Hannah and Colette Thurlow perform as the duo 2:54 — and with the 2012 release of their debut effort, the duo not only won international attention, they toured with the likes of the xxWild Beasts and Warpaint. 

Taking its name from the Romantic-era British poet Percy Shelley, who called his dear friend Elizabeth Hitchener the “sister of my soul, my other self," The Other I,  the Thurlow sisters’s much-anticipated sophomore effort is slated for a November 11 release through internationally renowned indie label Bella Union Records. 

Whereas "Orion,” the album’s first single was a gorgeously lush pop song that evokes traveling on the road under enormous skies and bore an uncanny resemblance to Bjork and Kate Bush thanks in part to the fact that the song possessed a haunting, spectral quality, the album’s second  (and latest) single “In The Mirror” is subtly different. “In The Mirror” has a moodily atmospheric quality that reminds of Turn On The Bright Lights-era Interpol and Unforgettable Fire-era U2; however, “In The Mirror” manages to be moodily atmospheric while possessing a slow-burning sensuality.