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The Invisible World / Press

“Kansas City’s The Invisible World brings their blend of alternative rock with a twist of soft folk (dare I say, alt-country?) to their new EP Color/Echo, mixing melancholy ballads and rollicking foot-stompers in six short songs. “Oughta Know,” “Joliet,” and the title track fall into the latter category; intensely emotional, quickly strummed burners with gruff vocals and strong electric guitar to add to the power of the band.”

“Big time guitar chops, great vocals, and nice songwriting is what 'Welcome To The Invisible World' is all about. Of all the songs on the project, the one the really hit me was "Better Man". This track is all about the fact that hindsight leaves us with 20/20 vision about life's lessons, and how if we could go back and change some of the stuff from our past we would. The track is very energetic, catchy, well played, well written, and well produced. I love the drums, the guitar chops, and the vocal arrangements. You've got to hear this song, it's incredible. Each track brings its own uniquely powerful sound, adding personality to the overall project. WELCOME TO THE INVISIBLE WORLD is definitely a journey that every alternative rock music fan should take, and I'd love to see where this KCMO band is going to take their collective career. The Invisible World, is definitely one of the best bands I've heard thus far this spring.”

“Welcome to The Invisible World is the debut EP from Kansas City based indie rockers The Invisible World. The band of Jesse Collins, Bryce Veazey, Jon Gibbens and Brandon Woodall have delivered 6 tracks that take diverse elements from alt rock, alt country and folk rock. What results is an EP full of tight instrumentals, strong vocals and songs packed with imagery. The tracks are radio ready affairs that are reminiscent of bands like Neutral Milk Hotel and Band of Horses. This is a must have. Stream and buy Welcome to The Invisible World at the link below.”

“After nearly a decade playing together, the four members of Kansas City's the Invisible World are ready to unveil a reincarnated sound. The band, once known as A Dead Giveaway, is back with a brand-new EP titled Welcome to the Invisible World, and it's a smooth, assured effort from a group that finally seems to have it figured out. Lead singer Jesse Collins has a rich, gold-hued voice that rolls over the gentle guitar of "Bad Company Corrupts Good Behavior" and soars through the upbeat folk pop of "Juliet." It's a record ready to usher in the calendar's first unbroken run of sunny days, and you can feel the warmth as the Invisible World celebrates the EP's release Saturday.”

“The gentle folk pop of "Cars," with its whistled harmonies, is charming and wistful, and "Wandering Man" adopts a dark edge with slinky electric-guitar notes. Whether you want to reminisce or rediscover, this should be a fun night.”