The Invisible Men are a Grammy-nominated multiplatinum songwriting and music production trio, consisting of Jason Pebworth, George Astasio and Jon Shave. The trio are responsible for over 30 million record sales worldwide and have frequently ranked among Music Week's Top Songwriters. They co-produced and co-composed Iggy Azalea's seven week US #1 single "Fancy" (featuring Charli XCX) (which has sold in excess of 9.1 million copies digitally worldwide to date, making it one of the best-selling singles of all time and the seventh best-selling single worldwide of 2014) and her US million-selling debut single, "Work", as well as a vast portion of Azalea's debut album The New Classic.
The Invisible Men's songwriting and production catalogue includes international hits such as Jonas Blue's By Your Side (feat. Raye), Sigala's Say You Do (UK top 5), DJ Fresh's UK No. 1 hit "Hot Right Now" (featuring Rita Ora), No. 3 hit "Dibby Dibby Sound" (featuring Ms Dynamite) and Conor Maynard's debut top 5 hits "Can't Say No" and "Vegas Girl", Jessie J's hits "Do It Like A Dude", "LaserLight" (feat. David Guetta), "Who's Laughing Now?" and the Noisettes' "Don't Upset The Rhythm" and "Never Forget You".
Before The Invisible Men were formed in 2008 Jason Pebworth and George Astasio were members of Orson, who sold over a million copies of their debut album, reached No. 1 in both the UK singles and album charts, and received the Brit Award for Best Breakthrough Act 2007. Jon Shave was a member of Xenomania in the early 2000s, contributing to a string of top 10 hit singles, including co-writing "The Show" for Girls Aloud.