The band return in the autumn - and we've got all the details...
[url=]TRAVIS frontman FRAN HEALY has revealed the band’s new album is to be called ’12 MEMORIES’.
According to a post from the singer on the band’s official website, [url=]travisonline.com, the record will be released in “sometime” in October, with a single, ‘Re-Offender’, preceding the album’s release on September 29.
The posting read: “Hello all, we are in Tokyo. All is well. Summer Sonic was summery and very sonic.
“Right. OK. Announcement. OFFICIAL. Straight from the horse’s mouth. First things first. [url=]Travis will release their first single on 29th September and it’s called ‘Re-Offender’. Secondly the new album is called ’12 Memories’ and will be available in October.
“That’s all for now. More details will follow soon. Sorry it’s so short but we are late for a very important date. Must dash. Speak soon. Luv Fran xxx.”
Other songs expected to be on the album include ‘Peace The Fuck Out’, ‘Definition Of Wrong’, ‘Beautiful Occupation’ and ‘How Many Hearts’, which the band previewed at their UK shows in Blackburn and Edinburgh earlier this summer.
Travis will be performing at this year’s Benicassim festival, taking place between August 8-10 in Spain.
Other bands appearing include Blur, Moby, Beck, The Coral and The Raveonettes.