The Invisible have released a new video for 'Wings' directed by Mark Glenister & Joe Hunt.
‘WINGS’ released on 9th July, 2012, via Ninja Tune, which comes with an exquisite remix from Floating Points.
'WINGS’ is taken from THE INVISIBLE’s album ‘RISPAH’, which is out this week on Ninja Tune.
“Quite simple one of the best British albums of 2012 to date, and a record which will no doubt stand the test of time. Mind blowingly good.” - Music Week
“The Invisible have realised a set that is both contemplative and cathartic, maintaining a significant emotional hold on the listener long after finishing... Records like this don’t need to be forced upon the listening public. Rispah is brilliant enough for the listening public to find it naturally” - BBC
"An innovative, intensely personal and passionately vital second album." - Metro 4/5 (lead review)
"A stirring, stately, eerie piece of music that sounds as ancient as it does futuristic.. Remarkable." The Times 4/5 (lead review) ''Irrespective of genre or decade, 'Rispah' is an astonishing tsunami of emotion which above all, makes you feel alive." - The Fly 4.5/5
“Elegant and enchanting… An astonishing redemptive arc brighter than any rainbow” – Mojo 4/5 ''Rispah is highly emotive and graced with a deep spiritual clarity. It's a magnificent record, born out of grief but bathed in a celebratory wonder.'' - The Quietus
''Adventurous, forward-looking and luxurious, all at the same time.'' - NME "Its an incredibly uplifting and moving affair, full of elegant mood pieces and pummelling post-rock that's comfortably the best thing the band have done.'' - Vice 8/10
“Darkly compelling… perfect nocturnal listening” – Big Issue
''As you'd expect from these craftsmen, its lusciously produced- drums flutter and fade as Okumu's breathily angelic voice drifts into a limbo between life and infinity'' - Loud And Quiet
“Spectral stuff… a magnetic tribute” – Q
"‘Rispah’ is an infectious interplay between indie and electronica which is cerebral yet instantly accessible... it’s marked by moments of genuine greatness" - Clash
''On Rispah, the group's astonishing musicianship and discipline is immediately apparent, along with the album's considered production'' - Line Of Best Fit 8/10
"Proves beyond a doubt that this unlikely trip of jazz-leaning musicians are one of the capital’s most subtle and clever...It’s a marvellous record, from one of our most valued bands" - Dummy
"It's light-flooded, sensual and hugely uplifting,its lush, lyrical, inventive electronic soul" Time Out 4/5