The Baby Seals – Invisible Woman –
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The Baby Seals – Invisible Woman

The Baby Seals – Invisible Woman

The Baby Seals dive into the heart of societal overlook with their fourth single, “Invisible Woman,” off their debut album “Chaos,” releasing April 19th. This song strikes a powerful chord with its lyrical depth and dynamic composition, featuring a soul-stirring chorus that contrasts sharply with its raw opening verses. It’s a musical exploration of the harsh reality aging women face, often rendered invisible by society, and a call to mend the wounds such neglect causes.

The accompanying music video, directed by Kat Cashman, embodies the band’s spontaneous and experimental spirit, capturing their live energy in a way that mirrors the transformative power of their music. Cashman’s creative process, from the lively gig filming to the comic book-style editing, reflects a journey of making the invisible visible, a theme that resonates deeply with the song’s message.

Kerry Devine’s insight into the song’s inspiration— the societal invisibility of women as they age—highlights a desire to acknowledge and celebrate these often overlooked experiences. “Invisible Woman” is more than just a song; it’s a rallying cry for visibility, recognition, and solidarity, urging listeners to see and celebrate women at all stages of life. With this track, The Baby Seals not only showcase their musical prowess but also their commitment to addressing poignant issues through their art.

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