Invisible Cities

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Based in part on the novel of the same name by Italo Calvino, this song has to do with imaginary potentiality. There is an infinite potential in what has not yet happened, and what you imagine could be, or could have been. An endless number of possibilities exist to describe the past present and future and an equivalently vast number of possibilities exist for their inherent reality. And this is a pop song that tries to say this, how do you interpret that? What is the implication of confining a philosophical idea to a commercialized pop song?

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from The Palace Garden, released August 6, 2012

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