Their debut EP Polar Night was released on Seayou Records in February 2015. On their debut full length released almost exactly one year later in February 2016 they continued that sound, yet more defined: synthesizer soundscapes, downtempo beats, and an ethereal voice, resonating between calm, introspective melancholy and temperamental outbursts. Influences range from Jessie Ware to Lorde, Portishead to Laurie Anderson.
The new Mynth single Mirrors is all about, well, reflections. First and foremost it’s about the twins that make up the band reflecting in each other, their different worlds even though they grew up so close to each other, but also their similarities and what they have to offer to their sibling. But Mynth also mirror their former selves as a band. On the surface they changed to a lighter sound, less brooding and melancholic. But at the core it is still their characteristic interpretation of electronic downtempo pop music. Mirrors heralds a new Mynth album coming early 2018.
In 2017 Mynth won an Amadeus Austrian Music award in the category Electronic/Dance. Their new album will see its release in early 2018.