|"Ego" / "Mirror"|
|Single by Burial, Four Tet & Thom Yorke|
|Released||16 March 2011|
|Label||Text Records (TEXT010)|
|Burial singles chronology|
|Four Tet singles chronology|
|Thom Yorke singles chronology|
|Beats Per Minute (website)|
"Ego" / "Mirror" is a 2011 collaborative double A-side single by British musicians Burial, Four Tet and Thom Yorke.
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