12 Songs, 51 Minutes


Ratings and Reviews

4.9 out of 5
28 Ratings
28 Ratings

Finally a new album!

Jill never disappoints and this album is no exception! "I'm not OK" is my favorite so far.

Ryan in Kenya


I’ve been waiting so long for a new album. I really like how she is exploring new sounds (emo/techno/pop) to add layers on her simple acoustic/folk base. Mesmerized!



I miss Jill's old sound (her EP and earlier). I do like a few songs from 'The Mirror'. 'A Little Less' is a favorite of mine, but I prefer-- I think it is a 'hear ya live session' version better than the version on the album. Her older stuff is truly incredible. Honestly, if you have not listened to The Everybodyfields or Jill's solo EP you're missing out on some amazing music!

This album is too upbeat and pop-ie for me. There are a few songs I like-- but none of them, so far have, have struck a deep chord like her older stuff. It is a little all-over-the-place and some songs just don't seem to fit. I am not as emotionally moved by the songs on this album like I am by her older stuff. I'm sure others will like it just fine, but if you've known Jill from her days in the The Everybodyfields you might be disappointed. I guess it is time I've accepted that Jill's sound has evolved, and unfortunately, I no longer love it.

About Jill Andrews

Before launching a solo career in 2009, Jill Andrews made her name co-fronting the Everybodyfields, an Americana outfit that highlighted her musical connection with Sam Quinn. Based in Tennessee, the group spent the better half of a decade touring in support of three albums, all of which featured a mix of folk, alt-country, bluegrass, and roots rock. Quinn and Andrews went their separate ways in 2009, though, both wishing to focus on solo careers instead.

The Everybodyfields announced their breakup in June 2009, and by the following October, Jill Andrews had already kicked off her solo career by releasing a self-titled EP and assembling a new band. Having become something of a local celebrity in eastern Tennessee, she filled her lineup with members of other local bands, including former Everybodyfields keyboardist Josh Oliver. The group toured the country in 2010, and Andrews used her downtime to record her first solo album, The Mirror, which was released in mid-2011. ~ Andrew Leahey



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