Obvious is quite possibly my best fictional piece to date.

When Visualize was coming together as an album, I saw a lot of my friends struggling in their relationships. A lot of their problems were very obvious. This song sums it up in a way that I think almost anyone can relate to.

Obvious has been performed live, since late 2003 and was always a crowd favorite no matter where we performed it. It still remains the hardest song for me to pull off live, due to the intricate way I wrote
the lyrical criss-cross style dynamics of the verses.

The Official video for Obvious was shot on the Metro Lightrail in Downtown Houston, Texas and is available on You Tube.

The Hi-Res version will appear on our upcoming DVD titled Visionary.

Breye K. / Provision



Don’t want to cry myself to sleep anymore.
I’m only wasting away, here in this bed all alone.
I won’t give in to this emptyness invading my soul.
And somehow deep inside, I doubt you’ll realize I’m gone.

Regret seems endless now.
The passion between us dies.
What I once felt for you, there are no words to describe.

You’re so oblivious, to my thoughts and feelings.
When it comes to us, I’ve stopped believing.
It’s obvious, when you hear me cry.
Do you care at all? You make it obvious.

I’m through with all the excuses.
There’s no need to explain.
Living without a conscience, you believe it’s a game.
I’m sinking into regret, this pain you can’t rearrange.
To feel resentment inside, is an assessment of blame.

You say I’m the only one.
You’ve made your choice again.
I’ll spend the night alone, feeling nothing.


from Visualize (Limited Edition), released September 3, 2004
Music 4-26-03
Lyrics 5-17/18-03 / 7-17-03
By: Breye Kiser for Provision Musik

Recorded and Produced at Red Square Digital
by Breye Kiser
Mastered by Brian Hazard at Resonance Mastering.



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Provision Houston, Texas

Provision is an Electronic Duo, from Houston, Texas.

In drawing comparisons to Code 64, Red Flag, Seabound, Camouflage, Imperative Reaction, Anything Box, Information Society, & New Order, just to name a few; Breye 7x began using the term “Darkpop” to describe Provision’s unique style of Edgy Synthpop, Futurepop, Synthwave, and Electronic Dance.

Provision is Breye ‘7x’ Kiser & Ian Sol Kiser.
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