The Invisible Line is the debut album by UK band, Temposhark.
Temposhark's debut album was produced and recorded in London by rising producer Sean McGhee with two tracks produced by Frou Frou member Guy Sigsworth, who contributes It's Better To Have Loved and Winter's Coming. The recording process ran from August 2006 until February 2007. The album will include many brand new songs alongside some tracks from their rare early EPs, but all the album tracks have been re-produced by McGhee and in some cases re-written with never-before-heard additional sections. The album includes a duet with Imogen Heap called Not That Big. Whilst virtuoso violinist Sophie Solomon appears on tracks Blame and Battleships.
It will be released in March 2008 on CD and digital download in the USA/Canada and later in the whole of Europe including UK, Germany and France. The digital version of the album, including a bonus track and PDF downloadable artwork, will also be available in the rest of Europe/Japan/Australia and New Zealand, from early March 2008. There are rumours of more releases including singles for Knock Me Out and Blame, which was co-written with legendary producer Youth aka Martin Glover from