“The poignant pull of Travis is overwhelming.” – Uncut 8/10
“‘10 Songs’ is fine work from the unsinkable Glaswegians.” – MOJO 4*
“The Scots serve up a reminder of their enduring ability to concoct indelible melodies and timeless songs.” – Sunday Times
Ahead of the release of their critically acclaimed new album, ‘10 Songs’, this Friday, Scottish legends, Travis, have today released romantically reminiscent new track, ‘Waving At The Window’.
Taken from the band’s anticipated new album ’10 songs’, which Mojo praised as a “fine (piece of) work from the unsinkable Glaswegians” and with the Sunday Times commending its “indelible melodies and timeless songs”, ‘Waving At The Window’ follows the release of the beautifully melancholic, ‘All Fall Down’. Alongside each track, frontman Fran Healy has demonstrated that his talents know no bounds with a stunning art inspired video directed by the man himself.
Co-produced by both Fran and Robin Baynton (Coldplay, Florence & The Machine), and recorded at RAK Studio, ’10 Songs’ is about the way life comes at love and what love does to weather those challenges. It’s grown-up. There’s sizzling synergy in abundance and benefits from the almost psychic sense of mutual attunement that comes from being in a band whose line-up hasn’t changed in its entire collective lifetime.
‘10 Songs’ comes available as Standard CD, Heavyweight vinyl plus Deluxe 2CD and Deluxe 2LP (red and blue vinyl) including 10 Demos. In addition to the limited edition 10” of ‘Valentine’, the band’s official store features exclusive album merch bundles with limited signed art prints.
2021 will also welcome the band back on the road with an extensive UK headline tour including a London show at the iconic Roundhouse.
2021 UK HEADLINE TOUR DATES
30th – O2 Academy, Bournemouth
1st – The Forum, Bath
2nd – Symphony Hall, Birmingham
4th – Albert Hall, Manchester
5th – Royal Concert Hall, Glasgow
7th – O2 Academy, Leeds
8th – O2 City Hall, Newcastle
9th – Victoria Hall, Stoke-On-Trent
11th – Roundhouse, London
12th – Corn Exchange, Cambridge