The Invisible occupy a weird, singular place in the British guitar-band spectrum. For a start, they aren't that pretty, which in a world of youthful swagger, is unfortunately noticeable. The main thing to shine through though, is the enviable amount of talent at the band's disposal. As well as getting a Mercury nomination for their debut record, they've since been working on Jessie Ware's (also Mercury nominated) and Adele world conquering '21' (also Mercury nominated).
Their second album as The Invisible, 'Rispah', has been getting the kind of attention that a hugely talented and interesting album deserves, but so often, doesn't get.