Susie Suh Channels The Divine Feminine In Video: Invisible Love
Singer-songwriter Susie Suh channels the “divine feminine” in music video for “Invisible Love” and announced a vinyl edition of new album.
Susie Suh is hosting a special, one-night event in Los Angeles at St. John’s Episcopal Cathedral featuring a musical performance and immersive wellness experience.
Today, singer-songwriter Susie Suh reveals the music video for “Invisible Love,” the ethereal and uplifting title track of her latest album, which will receive a special vinyl release on May 27th. An anthem of self-love and empowerment, “’Invisible Love’ is a song about the divine nature within all of us,” Suh told Parade Magazine this week. “Love permeates throughout even though you might not see it. We are all sacred and we are all beautiful.”
Depicting different versions of the divine feminine in a journey of self-empowerment, the “Invisible Love” video is the latest visual release from Suh, all of which have featured a lone female character who travels the globe, displaying the beauty and power of the natural world. “I wanted to take people with me to these sacred and majestic sites around the world to show them the beauty of Mother Nature and also connect them to the energy there.”
Suh will be hosting a special, one-night event in Los Angeles at St. John’s Episcopal Cathedral on May 17th, featuring a musical performance and immersive wellness experience. The Invisible Love Experience will include a musical performance with a classical string trio, a sound healing ceremony, and essential oil therapy, while lying or sitting on yoga mats. This will be followed by a meet-and-greet and refreshments. For more information and to purchase tickets click HERE.
With over 125 million streams on Spotify, and a series of high-profile syncs in the U.S. and abroad, Susie has quietly and organically grown her audience and reach. After being signed to Sony Epic Records for her self-titled debut album, Susie created her own label, Collective Records. Susie’s instinct to produce and own all of her own music and content, with total control of all her creative choices—has allowed for a pure transmission of her artistry.
The single “Here With Me” became an internet phenomenon after being featured on the first season of The Blacklist. And virtually every song on her second album, The Bakman Tapes, was licensed to film and television shows such as Parenthood, Awkward, Containment, and more. In 2021 alone she was added to more than 130,000 Spotify playlists with no touring, marketing, and no big “corporate machine” behind her.
Searching for answers outside the modern world, Suh began to look within. A traveler and a seeker, her quest for self-knowledge and spiritual truths whisked her away to sacred and holy places around the world, including Lourdes, France, Glastonbury, U.K., and areas within the U.S. such as Sedona, Mt. Shasta, and Ojai. She lived with the Buddhist monks in Thich Nat Hanh’s Plum Village, France where the daily practices of meditation and mindfulness helped her find grounding outside of the modern world. Susie also studied meditation and alternative modes of healing like sound therapy. And she communed in nature, studying the energetic expression of plants and herbalism.
These epiphanic experiences lifted her spiritually and emotionally and resulted in Susie’s third full-length release, ‘Invisible Love.’ Connecting through a sonic haze with music that can be described as refreshingly honest, introspective, and vulnerable, the album mines wells of unseen emotion, grasping for raw feelings in between the echoes of warm keys, plaintive acoustic guitar, and the delicately transformative power of crystal bowls.
“This album chronicles an inner journey that I’ve been on—a pilgrimage of sorts—to find healing from within,” Susie shares. She continues: “Music is a powerful tool, and songs can help one get in touch with their own emotions and truth. I wanted to incorporate into my music some more alternative and intentional elements that have helped me on my journey.”
During her travels, Suh developed an interest in healing practices that incorporate sound, including the gorgeously essentialized melodies of the crystal bowl.
“Sound therapy works through entrainment,” Susie explains. “When you hear certain sounds, your body will entrain itself to the frequencies around it. Those frequencies can help lower blood pressure, help with stress and anxiety, and calm the nervous system.”
Invisible Love represents a personal and artistic rebirth for Susie. “Invisible Love feels like a debut for me,” she says. “I’m welcoming everyone to get to know different sides of me like never before. I wanted to create a piece of work that, not only helps to uplift the human spirit, but also helps us remember who we truly are.”