“Almost Invisible” by Tuarrah is a dreamy and haunting piece of music. The minimalistic approach to rhythmic arrangement allows the listener to fill in the gaps in the music with their own wistful thoughts about being lost in nature. “Almost Invisible” conjures feelings of nostalgia and grace. If you’re into ambient and soundscapes with accompanying vocals you’ll fall in love with Tuarrah “Almost Invisible” on the first listen, just like I have. Stream it below and find artist biography and links to socials.
Tuarrah emerged from a friendship that began ten years ago on Marlborough Street in Boston. Charlie Van Kirk and Christopher Marion began collaborating shortly after they met, bonding over a mutual admiration for the music of D’Angelo, Radiohead and Björk as well as the paintings of James Whistler and John Singer Sargent. With lead vocals by an enigmatic friend who wishes to remain anonymous, Tuarrah became three. At times expansive and at others intimate, their music speaks to the great landscapes of America and to some little moments of humanity that can be found within.