Generational
by The Invisible

— Released 22nd October 2012

The Invisible return with the next single from their critically-acclaimed second album, Rispah. “Generational” sums up just about everything that makes the Invisible such a great band. That they can make raw, heartfelt, sophisticated guitar-based music that doesn’t sound like anyone else out there sums up their unique place in British music. 

 A tune about how problems get passed from generation to generation, the band called upon a legend from an earlier generation to p...

The Invisible return with the next single from their critically-acclaimed second album, Rispah. “Generational” sums up just about everything that makes the Invisible such a great band. That they can make raw, heartfelt, sophisticated guitar-based music that doesn’t sound like anyone else out there sums up their unique place in British music. 

 A tune about how problems get passed from generation to generation, the band called upon a legend from an earlier generation to provide a remix. The one and only Theo Parrish jumped at the chance and turned in a fifteen minute epic which builds in intensity and complexity as it develops. A fitting counterpoint is provided by Anna Calvi. An old friend of Dave Okumu’s, Anna here turns in her own cover of The Invisible’s song “The Wall”. 

Dave has described the album Rispah as “a love letter to grief,” the majority of the record having been written and recorded shortly after the death of his mother. But to see it solely in this light is to underestimate its joy, its transcendent power. A remarkable record from a remarkable band. 

Generational
by The Invisible

— Released 22nd October 2012

Physical

12" (ZEN12342)
£8.00
 

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Digital

12" (ZEN12342)
£8.00
SAVE TO SPOTIFY

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MP3 (ZENDNLS342)
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£3.40

Tracklist

  • 12"
  • MP3
  • 16-bit WAV
  1. 1
    Generational  (Theo Parrish Remix)
  2. 2
    Generational  (Extended Version)
    Album only
  3. 3
    The Wall  (Originally By The Invisible)
  4.  
    Play All (2)
  1. 1
    Generational  (Radio Edit)
  2. 2
    Generational  (Raw Version)
  3. 3
    Generational  (Theo Parrish Remix)
  4. 4
    The Wall  (Originally By The Invisible)
  5.  
    Play All (4)
  1. 1
    Generational  (Radio Edit)
  2. 2
    Generational  (Raw Version)
  3. 3
    Generational  (Theo Parrish Remix)
  4. 4
    The Wall  (Originally By The Invisible)
  5.  
    Play All (4)

The Invisible return with the next single from their critically-acclaimed second album, Rispah. “Generational” sums up just about everything that makes the Invisible such a great band. That they can make raw, heartfelt, sophisticated guitar-based music that doesn’t sound like anyone else out there sums up their unique place in British music. 

 A tune about how problems get passed from generation to generation, the band called upon a legend from an earlier generation to p...

The Invisible return with the next single from their critically-acclaimed second album, Rispah. “Generational” sums up just about everything that makes the Invisible such a great band. That they can make raw, heartfelt, sophisticated guitar-based music that doesn’t sound like anyone else out there sums up their unique place in British music. 

 A tune about how problems get passed from generation to generation, the band called upon a legend from an earlier generation to provide a remix. The one and only Theo Parrish jumped at the chance and turned in a fifteen minute epic which builds in intensity and complexity as it develops. A fitting counterpoint is provided by Anna Calvi. An old friend of Dave Okumu’s, Anna here turns in her own cover of The Invisible’s song “The Wall”. 

Dave has described the album Rispah as “a love letter to grief,” the majority of the record having been written and recorded shortly after the death of his mother. But to see it solely in this light is to underestimate its joy, its transcendent power. A remarkable record from a remarkable band.