Jewelia’s newest single “Invisible Wall” is a testament to her growing artistic ambition as she gears up for the release of her second album, ‘Little Wins’. A marvelous mix of influences — ‘80s synth-pop, ‘90s features, and a conversational lyricism characteristic of early 2000s indie-pop. Nevertheless, it does not allow being pigeonholed into only one box, instead, it becomes an extremely entertaining quirky alt-pop anthem that nods to the past while forging its own future.

Lovers of Caroline Polachek, Goldfrapp, or Yeah Yeah Yeahs will really enjoy this. Jewelia’s vocal performance is captivating, oscillating between spoken word poetry and a powerful, expressive delivery that adds depth to the song’s complex emotional landscape. “Invisible Wall” is not simply a song; it is an experience of Jewelia’s special talent for creating music that moves on various levels.