For years we have dreamt of landing an opportunity such as this. Thanks to some fantastic and generous contacts that we have made over the past year, The Invisible World has 6 shows during music week (Mar 16-22 ) in Austin, TX . For those in attendance, our showcases will be:
The shows are booked, our bags are already packed, and we couldn’t be more excited. The last thing, as always, to cover are our expenses. At this point we are aiming to raise $1,500 to support our mission to bring The Invisible World to Austin during Music Week That amount will cover the following bases -
Lodging, fuel, promotional materials (magazine ads, flyers, posters, social media marketing), and meals.
Our time in Austin will be a promotional blitz to get The Invisible World in front of as many ears and eyes as possible. With your help we can make this time well worth the effort and bring our passion for music to the masses. Even if you can only spare $5, that money will help us get there and make the most of the opportunity that we’ve been given. A link to our Paypal donation is attached to this message, feel free to share it with anyone that you feel may resonate with this cause. Please consider supporting us in this endeavor.
Peace & Love – The Invisible World
STORE COMING SOON
“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. “ - Natalie Gallagher - The Pitch
The Invisible World is a four-piece alternative rock band from Kansas City Missouri. Jesse Collins, Brandon Woodall, Bryce Veazey and Jon Gibbens created The Invisible World to explore a new genre after departing with a former project. Since establishing in early 2012, the band has self-released 2 EPs and a crowd funded Music video. “Welcome to The Invisible World”, the most recent release - is 5 songs of the band’s best to date. Working with close friend and producer Jason Scott Smith, The Invisible World planted the beginnings of what is now becoming a genre spanning and confident sound. In under a year the EP has seen expanding radio placements across the United States, while also gaining licensing options in television and other media outlets. Also landing the band on the bill with national artist such as Robert Francis, Rev. Peyton’s Big Damn Band, Caught a Ghost, Daniel Ellsworth and the Great Lake, and Papa.
““Big time guitar chops, great vocals, and nice songwriting is what 'Welcome To The Invisible World' is all about.” - Shaine Freeman - I Am Entertainment
“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.” - Floorshime Zipper Boots
As a project, The Invisible World is not limited to just music. A self-produced and crow-funded short film for their song “Cars” became an official selection for the 2014 Interfilm Berlin Film Festival. The band has also lent efforts in the creation of an independent documentary about a friend and former manager named Jesse “Opie” Ross, whose disappearance from Chicago in 2006 remains unsolved.
Wasting no time, the band is currently in production on a new album, expected for release in mid 2015.
The Invisible World is a venture into the intangible; an attempt to capture the scenes that cannot be seen.