Charlie Hall's Daring New Album "Invisible Ink" Drops May 12th, 2023

Charlie Hall's Daring New Album "Invisible Ink" Drops May 12th, 2023

Eric Nail

Charlie Hall Invisible Ink Vinyl Record Album

Charlie Hall's newest album, Invisible Ink, is a must-listen for anyone who loves soulful and introspective music. Charlie takes listeners on a journey of self-discovery and self-reflection.

Multi-instrumentalist, producer, composer, songwriter, and drummer for the War On Drugs, Charlie Hall, will release his debut solo album, Invisible Ink, on May 12th via El Triángulo Records. The nine-song LP explores lush, entrancing and hypnotic cinematic soundscapes that feature performances from artist friends from all over the globe. The title of each song evokes a physical place that inspired the composer. Invisible Ink was written by Hall, produced together with Quinn Lamont Luke and is one of the inaugural releases on Luke’s El Triángulo imprint.

Invisible Ink is a true work of art, with each song crafted to perfection and infused with emotion and meaning. From the opener "Montcalm" to the inspiring "Tamarana," every track on this album is a testament to Charlie's talent as a songwriter and musician.

The most interesting aspect is that this is a true "instrumental" composition - meaning there are no vocals or lyrics.

“I guess it is a little weird for somebody like me, who is so crazy about vocal harmony,” he said, adding that he wants listeners to focus on the vibrations of the music. There are some wordless, angelic vocalizations, to add texture, but no words, so as not to distract from the music. “Ultimately, I wanted to make something that sounded pretty.”


Whether you're a longtime fan of Charlie's music or you're just discovering him for the first time, Invisible Ink is an album that will captivate and move you. So sit back, turn up the volume, and let Charlie's soulful melodies transport you to a place of beauty and meaning.

Purchase the new album in translucent purple vinyl here:


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