I am so grateful that the story of the observer from Trickster all the way up to The Invisible Plan has been so interconnected. I was going through photos and organizing them and came across this photo of wildflowers from Zerospace:
Photographer Matthew Welch did the shoot with scenes of nature projected onto me (trees, rocks, leaves, sky, etc.) to symbolize finding the balance between us and nature. (Zer0space was about finding balance). That seed was planted. Enter The Invisible Plan, where things are taken into action, and the album artwork you can plant to grow wildflowers. Some (ok, actually many!) have called me a sentimental person. When stuff rocks itself out like this, it makes me go, “hmm, big ups to unplanned shit workin out!”
This is part of The Invisible Plan.
Here it comes…
So excited you guys will be able to hear the new songs and the prelude to our next full length on TUESDAY.
I love how everything has come together. The Invisible Plan is about living your life so that things find you, using your strong internal powers to affect the world. You can plant the entire CD sleeve in the ground and grow wildflowers. I love the correlation that a seed is invisible in the ground but has an innate power to push through the dirt and become something beautiful. The poster, which was done by Justin Hampton, has me in “Tree Pose” (the symbolism of roots being deep in the ground providing nourishment for all that you see above ground) with a Third Eye (the Invisible eye) and it changes between dark and light. What is cool about the poster is Justin and I never talked about it, and this is what he came up with. Everything is intertwined.
It’s pretty cool when people come together in a creative setting and pull off of the creative energies with the result making perfect sense.
I hope you will enjoy The Invisible Plan. We have so much more in store.
p+l and thank you