Travis – a Scottish rock band formed in Glasgow in 1990 – aren’t like other bands. It’s not that they lack ambition: they’ve existed now for a quarter of a century, and you don’t continue working as a band unless you have something to contribute that’s as significant as in your early days. But there’s something different about these four men. It’s something that’s kept them together as a band for 25 years, something that’s kept them writing and recording songs that have in turn kept them in the hearts of music fans around the world. It’s arguably indefinable, no doubt the result of the consolidation of many factors, but at its heart lies one rare but remarkable quality: modesty.

That path took Travis from the acclaimed, rocky sounds of 1997’s Good Feeling to the unexpected success of The Man Who, an album initially dismissed by critics but which wormed its way into the world’s hearts, helped by a memorable appearance at Glastonbury, when the heavens opened to greet the evergreen ‘Why Does It Always Rain On Me’. The Invisible Band matched this success, while 2003’s rather darker 12 Memories was even lauded by Elton John.

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Top SongsAlbum
Quite FreeOde to J Smith4:00
Big ChairThe Boy With No Name4:07
Know NothingA Lot Like Love - Music From The Motion Picture2:59
Before You Were YoungOde to J Smith3:18
Why Does It Always Rain On Me? (Live At Glastonbury Festival / 1999)Live At Glastonbury ‘994:57
Selfish JeanThe Boy With No Name4:00
Flowers In The WindowThe Invisible Band3:41
Only Molly KnowsWriting To Reach You3:21
Combing My HairAll I Want To Do Is Rock4:03
All I Want To Do Is Rock (Live At Glastonbury Festival / 1999)Live At Glastonbury ‘994:23
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