'Love Me Again' gains a very special re-work...
The Invisible

The Invisible have always paid close attention to rhythm, to the way their music impacts on the body.

After all, they live in South East London - how could they ignore the rhythms, the endless percussive pulse that floods around them?

New album 'Patience' is an absorbing return, with The Invisible seeming to find spiritual renewal within music itself.

The record featured a handful of guests, with Anna Calvi contributing to the lush, inspired scenes on 'Love Me Again'.

Glasgow producer Auntie Flo has stepped in on remix duties, and the tropical crate-digger has truly outdone himself.

A lengthy, infectious work out, Auntie Flo retains those chanted vocals but added some enchanted elements of his own.

Billed as 'Auntie Flo's Marimba Jam', this is what it sounds when you live the Highlife.

Catch The Invisible live at the following dates:

September
26 Manchester Gullivers
27 Bristol The Louisiana
28 London Oslo
30 Glasgow King Tut's Wah Wah Hut

Related: This Too Shall Pass - The Invisible Interviewed

Photo Credit: Phil Sharp

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