Have a listen to The Invasion’s debut album, How I Learned to Stop Worrying and Love the Madness, and you might be inclined to wonder which part of England the rock quartet is from. Maybe it’s the resemblance to British bands like Queen, Radiohead and especially Muse, or perhaps it’s the accented quality of singer Aaron Brown’s vocals. Whatever the logic may be, it’s surprising to ultimately discover that The Invasion actually hail from the town of Nampa, Idaho.

The band notes they’d never heard of artists such as Jeff Buckley, Rufus Wainwright and Muse until the comparisons began rolling in. But many of the songs on How I Learned to Stop Worrying and Love the Madnesscould fit comfortably on a Muse record, such as “The Law” which features a similar tone of gloom and impending doom.


March Of The Undead 2:03

The Madness 3:06

The Law 4:09

The Interview And The Argument 3:32

How's The Weather Up There 5:22

Homecoming 6:26

Halfway To Infinity 4:26

Emperor Of San Francisco 3:27

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