After an eventful year, including their biggest shows to date, European festivals, various awards and drummer Neil Primrose’s unfortunate accident in July, Travis are pleased to announce an exclusive for their ever supportive fans.
The band have recorded a new track “Love Will Come Through” – the first new material from the band since last year's multi-platinum LP “The Invisible Band “. “Love Will Come Through” will not be available anywhere in the world as a single but from November 15th fans will be able to download the track in full from link for a fee of £1.50.
All proceeds will be donated to the Spinal Injuries Association. This charity was chosen as a result of Neil Primrose's recent spinal injuries sustained during their recent European Festival Tour. The Spinal Injuries Association offers support to individuals, who have become paralysed, and their families from the moment a spinal cord injury occurs and for the rest of their life. Their purpose is to promote the integration and full participation in society of their members encouraging them to become fulfilled and in control of their lives. Furthermore the association campaigns for improved medical care and research into spinal cord injury and to generally increase awareness and understanding of the causes and consequence of injury. For further information on The Spinal Injuries Association visit their website on link.
This is the first track Travis have recorded with Producer Tchad Blake. As an engineer, Blake was responsible for some of the most exploratory music to hit mainstream music in the 90’s. His past engineering credits include; Tom Waits’ dissonant “Frank’s Wild Years” and “Bone Machine” and American Music Club amongst others. He continued his distinctive unorthodox techniques into his Producer role on the innovative albums of Soul Coughing, Cibo Matto and Ron Sexsmith.
“Love will Come Through” will be included in the soundtrack to the film “Moonlight Mile” – starring Dustin Hoffman, Susan Sarandon, hotly tipped newcomer Jake Gyllenhaal and Holly Hunter. It is directed by Brad Silberling (“City Of Angels”)and will be released in the UK next year
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