Get your tissues ready, metalheads! Floor Jansen‘s new single will move you to the core. “Invincible” is a true hymn to humanity, a song that wants to help others and make them warriors. Part of “Paragon”, the debut album of the Nightwish singer, to be out on 24 March, “Invincible” was originally written for the Invictus Games. The focus of the piece is PTSD (post-traumatic stress disorder), a topic often treated too lightly.
I am thrilled to share my new single, “Invincible,” with all of you. Originally written specifically for the Invictus Games, this song holds a very special place in my heart. As someone who has witnessed the effects of PTSD in my close circle, I wanted to create a powerful anthem that brings hope and strength to those who are struggling with this condition. ‘Invincible’ is a song about resilience, about pushing through difficult times, and about finding the strength to start again. I believe that this message is one that will resonate with many, as PTSD affects 1 in 13 people in their lifetime, and women are twice as likely to develop it as men.– Floor Jansen
But Floor goes further, and explains that the song is not just about the shadows of this disease. “Invincible” is meant to be a tune of hope for anyone at a bad time in life:
I hope that ‘Invincible’ will remind you that even in the darkest of times, there is always the possibility of coming out stronger. You are not alone, and no matter how difficult the journey may be, there is always hope for healing and self-discovery.– Floor Jansen
So, sit down, take a deep breath and enjoy Floor Jansen’s latest single “Invincible”: