Travis - Ode To J. Smith
NME.COM feature on Travis - Ode To J. Smith album including album review, artwork, tracks, listen now, tour dates, discography and more.
Release date: 26 September 2008
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- Chinese Blues
- J. Smith
- Something Anything
- Long Way Down
- Broken Mirror
- Last Words
- Quite Free
- Get Up
- Song To Self
- Before You Were Young
The Boy With No Name
- May 10, 2007
- May 2, 2007
Occasionally you're reminded of how Travis were initially dismissed as a less morbid Radiohead...
- Oct 13, 2003
The band will tour the UK and Ireland this autumn
The band's new album is released on August 19
Scottish band Travis return to festival having first performed in 1994
Travis - Ode To J. Smith: Wikipedia Album Entry
"Ode To J. Smith", the 6th studio album by Scottish band Travis is 11 tracks of their loudest, edgiest and most arresting record yet. The album was recorded at Rak Studios in London and produced by and mixed at Electric Lady Studios in NY. Fran Healy says this album was "born out of a rush of creative urgency, a need to make a record; it has to be amazing...the most cohesive thing we've ever done. When you move so quickly, there is little time to reflect. You have to be decisive." In 12 years, Travis has sold ten million records, numerous accolades, headlined festivals all over the world.
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