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Listen: The Invisible - “Easy Now”

Taken From Sessions for Forthcoming New Album

Aug 28, 2015 The Invisible Bookmark and Share

London’s highly underappreciated and seriously great trio The Invisible have shared a brand new song to Soundcloud. “Easy Now” was recorded during the sessions for the band’s forthcoming third album and is, at the start at least, slightly more overtly dance-y and electronic than their previous work. Frontman Dave Okumu describes the track in a press release: “‘George Clinton once said, ‘Funk is anything you need it to be to save your life.’ We have always agreed. Serenading the unseen has become easier now.” There’s no word on when their new album, the follow-up to 2012’s Rispah, will be released.

The Invisible (also featuring Tom Herbert and Leo Taylor) just performed with Floating Points as part his live band at the Dimensions Festival opening concert that was broadcast on Boiler Room.

Considering that The Invisible’s debut album was nominated for The Mercury Prize in 2009 and Okumu produced and sang on Jessie Ware’s acclaimed debut album, not to mention their two excellent albums and fantastic live shows, it’s criminal that this band isn’t bigger.

Check out “Easy Now” below. Also read our 2012 interview with the band and our 2009 interview with them (which was The Invisible’s first American interview).


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