“…It’s hard to show you something
No tears, no scars, no bruises
It’s not physical
It’s covered up and hidden tight beneath the skin
Inside the mind
You wouldn’t even notice, you wouldn’t even know…”
“Invisible” by Grace Davies
UK based indie singer/songwriter Grace Davies comes to Wolf in a Suit for the first time with the honest and introspective gem that is “Invisible”. With this refreshingly human soundscape she opens up her heart and soul with to share the painful reality of mental health issues and how at times they can’t be seen by the naked eye. The track is powerful sonically speaking and when you add the visuals the message just breaks down all the walls and lands in front of you and pulls you in. The verses speak to us all and quite frankly invites to not only open our eyes but ask and be there for others as we would like them to be there for us if we ever feel down. She understands how painful it can be to hold it in because something inside tells you that the worst thing possible would be to share it with somebody else and make them “feel” sorry for you. It’s a much welcomed blend of melodies and lyrics that comes to world with a powerful message and voice. Pay careful attention and embrace the humanity of this soundscape. Enjoy!
“When I wrote this song nearly two years ago, I’d hit a real emotional low. Having just gone through an amazing, life-changing experience – one of the best things that’s ever happened to me – it also felt like the worst time of my life. I wrote Invisible to reflect the way I was feeling at that time, but also to focus on the fact that sometimes depression and feeling down are things that you can’t see or touch. It made me think about how invisible mental health issues can be.
I listen to this song now and know that I am in a better place in my life. I am so lucky that I have music, to capture all of my honest thoughts and feelings and to make something beautiful out of a desperate situation. I hope this song encourages others to open up and talk about what they’re going through, rather than keeping things bottled up.” – Grace Davies