by Muse

Album: Black Holes And Revelations (2006)
Charted: 21


  • In the 2007 Brit Awards magazine, Muse drummer Dom Howard said, "'Invincible' has a heart-on-your-sleeve honesty that's different for this band. It's positive - it's about fighting for what you believe in."

Comments: 4

  • Nady from Adelaide, AustraliaThe live Wembley version makes me cry
  • Katie from Madison, AlI consider this song to be the brother to "Glorious." They're so uplifting, definitely worthy of tears of joy.
  • Stephen from San Pedro, CaThis song is awesome.
  • Ash from Mooroopna, AustraliaProbably one of the coolest solos ever... such a beautiful song
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