Opal Canyon — “The Invisible”
Americana Highways brings you this video premiere of Opal Canyon’s song “The Invisible,” the lead track from Opal Canyon’s sophomore album Tomorrow to the Sea, due to be available on April 8. Tomorrow to the Sea was produced and engineered by Jon Evans at Brick Hill Studios.
“The Invisible” is Debra DeMuth on vocals; Dave Houghton acoustic guitar; Jason Smith on drums; and Jon Evans on upright Bass, electric guitar, organ and Percussion.
The video was shot on location in Rock Harbor, Massachusetts, and at the Mary Heaton Vorse House in Provincetown, Cape Cod. It was directed by Michael Cestaro of Up Above Creative.
The video captures a lot of light, shadow, and beauty, which support the thoughtful songwriting and its exploration of deep regret. “I forgive myself the unforgivable.”
For “The Invisible ” we wanted to allow the heartfelt emotion of the lyrics to take center stage. The beauty of the song is that while it was written from a very personal, painful place, it captures a universal feeling of regret that so many people can relate to. We deliberately stayed away from creating a story line so that anyone can find themselves in the song and make a connection with it. The visual thread is Debra as she finds catharsis through the musical expression of her pain. — Opal Canyon
You can order the music of Opal Canyon here: https://opalcanyon.lnk.to/tomorrowtothesea