The Invisible - Patience album download
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|3||Best Of Me|
Featuring – Rosie Lowe
|6||Love Me Again
Featuring – Anna Calvi
|8||Believe In Yourself|
|9||K Town Sunset
Featuring – Connan Mockasin
|ZEN229||The Invisible||Patience (LP, Album, Bla)||Ninja Tune||ZEN229||Europe||2016|
|ZENCD229P||The Invisible||Patience (CDr, Album, Promo)||Ninja Tune||ZENCD229P||UK & Europe||2016|
|ZENCD229||The Invisible||Patience (CD, Album)||Ninja Tune||ZENCD229||Europe||2016|
Patience by The Invisible, released 10 June 2016 1. So Well 2. Save You 3. Best Of Me 4. Life’s Dancers 5. Different (feat. Rosie Lowe) 6. Love Me Again (feat. Anna Calvi) 7. Memories 8. Believe In Yourself 9. K Town Sunset (feat. Connan Mockasin) Listen to The Invisible’s new album, Patience, and what you will feel most strongly is the band’s sense of joy and gratitude for being alive
The Invisible – Patience (2016). Posted by NewAlbumReleases. net On June - 10 - 2016. Artist: The Invisible. Previously on NewAlbumReleases.
Listen to The Invisible’s new album, Patience, and what you will feel most strongly is the band’s sense of joy and gratitude for being alive.
Patience was nearly thwarted by another tragedy when Okumu was electrocuted on stage in Lagos, but thankfully he came through and now The Invisible seize an opportunity they almost missed. Here self-styled "luckiest man alive" Okumu is determined to express his good fortune – and he and his band do it by pulling in all those favours.
Meanwhile, The Invisible continue to find themselves below the radar. Which is a shame, as Patience is easily their best album to date. Like the aforementioned artists, The Invisible are also at their best when they channel a sordid, late-night menace into their beats, to make music that is simultaneously danceable and introspective.
This album has an average beat per minute of 101 BPM (slowest/fastest tempos: 101/101 BPM). See its BPM profile at the bottom of the page. BPM Profile Patience. Album starts at BPM, ends at BPM (+0), with tempos within the -BPM range. Try refreshing the page if dots are missing). Recent albums by The Invisible.
Like its predecessor, 2012’s Rispah, you could describe the third album by the south London trio the Invisible as a record inspired by stark intimations of mortality. Four years ago, it was the death of frontman Dave Okumu’s mother midway through recording that provided the emotional fuel for the trio’s songs. Patience, meanwhile, is haunted by Okumu’s own first-hand brush with death: after he suffered an electric shock while playing on stage in Lagos, his life was apparently saved by bassist Tom Herbert removing the guitar from his hands.
Patience is an album made by a band reaching the pinnacle of its powers. Their ability to merge indie, soul, electronica, gospel and give it a sheer pop sets them apart from their peers.