''Invisible Touch is my favourite Genesis song. I wrote the lyrics about a person – and I’ve known a few – who gets under your skin. You know they’re going to mess you up, but you can’t resist. I can hear something of Prince and Sheila E in the drum machine – I was a fan of both.'' - Phil Collins
''The best songs tend to get written quickly. That’s how it was with ''Invisible Touch''. We’d rock up, have a cup of tea, see what happened. On day one, we had no songs, no ideas, and a blank bit of paper. Phil was always keen to fill that bit of paper – he was very organised – and we let him. It’s a wonderful song: upbeat, fun to play, always a strong moment in any gig.'' - Mike Rutherford
"For us it's a fairly straightforward rock song. I think it works really well because it's concise. I never think I'm going to like it, but then when I hear it, I like it. Intellectually I'm not too sure about it, but it works." - Tony Banks
5/20/2021 09:25:58 am
My confession for the name of the song I completly forgot, what wreckened me most that I did not understand the deal of the song of Brother Bear. I miss my son...
Comments are closed.
''THE STORY BEHIND THE SONG''
(click on the image)