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the Invisible Eyes

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The best kept secret in music


"10 Local Bands to Watch"

Invisible Eyes leaps out from the garage and psychedelic rock set. Stellar shows at small venues such as the Funhouse and the Comet and a late-2005 debut titled "Laugh in the Dark" on Bomp! have helped the group build a small but loyal following. The band laces its songs with swirling vintage keyboards, which helps it sound like a slightly updated Nuggets gem. - Tizzy Asher / - Seattle PI


The greatest phenomenon to emerge from Seattle since The Woodland Park Zoo. Get your ass ready for some noisy, carnal, mammalian garage/psych. - Usounds -

"AMP magazine"

The mighty Bomp! Records lives on! THE INVISIBLE EYES were Greg Shaw's last signing to the label and boy, do they live up to that distinction; I've a feeling that he would have been real proud. This is classic garage psych sound, fresh for the year 2006. - JC / AMP Magazine #19 - AMP

"3imaginary girls"

This is rock intended for dark, dirty nightclubs filled with the youth and the rebellious. This is what the Vines wish they were and what Mooney Suzuki tried to be. Laugh in the Dark channels the best of lo-fi sixties psych rock and roll and serves it up to you fast and furious. - Erik Gonzalez / 3 Imaginary Girls -


CD released Nov 2005: Laugh in the Dark, on Bomp! Records


Feeling a bit camera shy


The Invisible Eyes have been playing modern rock and roll music for at least a couple of years against their own better judgment.