Well, the album has been out for over a month now. A lot of bands and artists drop a single and then drop the album and then tour for the album and that's pretty much it. Heavy did well and I guess the album did too, right? I think the label is who decides singles and when to drop them. I would say Invisible is likely, but I'm not sure anymore, since they've dropped the live performance of it they were saving from Corden a while back and I'm not sure how the actual song is doing in the charts. Good Goodbye could also be a single, but that song has been out for a long time now, about a month before the album even came out, as well as a music video, etc. Not sure what else would really do well on radio as a single off of the album. Can't see Talking To Myself, Halfway Right or One More Light being singles or successful singles if they did become them. Maybe Sharp Edges, MAYBE. Nobody Can Save Me doesn't really flow like a radio single, so I would say no to that one. Sorry For Now could possibly, but again, the structure is a little strange for a radio single that would be a big hit, especially since there are tons and tons of songs on the radio that sound like that one that have a more normal structure. Invisible seems like the likely choice. I need to find this version you're speaking of. I've only ever heard the version on the album. I think I might enjoy this version. I know we can't ask for links, I assume it's on YouTube, so I'll search when I get back home. Seems interesting to me. I missed a lot of stuff from The Hunting Party era, I don't think they promoted it well enough, you gotta search for stuff from it.