Title - Invisible Love
Artist - Susie Suh
For those of you not in the know, after being signed to Sony Epic Records for her debut album, Susie Suh became disenchanted with the major label world of music and decided to make music on her own terms, with total control of the music, artwork, and all creative choices.
Her instinct proved to be the right move. Almost every song from her second album was licensed on television - in shows like The Blacklist, Parenthood, and Awkward - all without marketing or a big “corporate machine” behind her.
A traveler and a seeker, Susie then began to assemble what would become her new album, Invisible Love, inspired by her journey over the past few years studying meditation and alternative modes of healing at various sacred sites around the world.
She lived with the Buddhist monks in Thich Nhat Hanh’s Plum Village, spent time communing in nature by growing a garden, and studied the energetic expression of plants and herbalism, which ultimately informed not only her music, but her values, perspective, and life.
“This album chronicles an inner journey that I’ve been on, a pilgrimage of sorts,” she explains. “With all of the noise in the world, this album was about going inward and finding healing from within.”
1. The Beginning (Intro)
2. Invisible Love
3. Best Friend
4. Over You
5. Down The River
6. Winning Feeling
7. Taste Of Your Tears
8. A New Year
9. This Is Love
11. Blood Moon
12. The End (Outro)
This simply divine, wholly magnificent, expertly-crafted new album opens on the short, quietly chimed, aptly-named opening The Beginning (Intro) and the beautifully written, veritably translucent title track Invisible Love and follows those up with the comforting, inspiring, artfully shimmering Best Friend, the acoustic guitar backed, breathy vocals of Over You, and then comes the heartfelt storytelling within Down The River and the electronical jitters, sonic hand-claps of the rhythmically-infectious Winning Feeling.
Up next is the achingly earnest Taste Of Your Tears and the deft piano/cello balladry of A New Year and they are in turn backed by the breathy, almost diaphanous This Is Love, the quietly ethereal Jophiel, the album rounding out with the echoing, gracefully delicate Blood Moon, coming to and all too soon close on the quietly chimed bookend The End (Outro).
Invisible Love represents a personal and artistic rebirth for Susie. “Invisible Love feels like a debut for me,” she says. “I’m welcoming everyone to get to know different sides of me like never before. I wanted to create a piece of work that, not only helps to uplift the human spirit, but also helps us remember who we truly are.”
Susie Suh - Invisible Love [Official Music Video]
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