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Premiere: Travis - “What Will Come” Video

Everything At Once Out Digitally Now, Out in Physical Formats This Friday

May 25, 2016 Travis
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It’s crazy to think that it’s been 19 years since the release of Travis’ well-received debut album, 1997’s Good Feeling (which included the fantastic single “All I Want to Do Is Rock”). It was 1999’s Nigel Godrich-produced sophomore album, the gorgeous The Man Who, that really cemented the Scottish band’s legacy and garnered them international acclaim. And now the band is back with their eighth album, Everything At Once, which was released in the U.K. and digitally in the U.S. on April 29 and is out in physical formats in America this Friday (May 27). We are more than pleased to premiere the video for “What Will Come,” the album’s opening track. The black & white clip features the band getting down in a nightclub when frontman Fran Healy starts dancing with the wrong girl. Healy directed the video himself. Watch it below.

Healy was kind enough to give us a quote on the song: “‘What Will Come’ is about giving yourself to whatever the universe throws at you no matter what, rather than resisting it. It’s about remembering a spirit you may have lost along the way and tapping back into it and knowing that, even if things fall apart, you can build it again and when you do, it will be stronger. It’s a ‘don’t give up till you draw your last breath’ song. It’s an every breath is a first breath, song.”

Everything At Once was produced by Michael Ilbert at the Hansa Studios in Berlin. Norwegian singer AURORA sings backing vocals on “3 Miles High.” You can buy the album here. There are no U.S. tour dates upcoming, but Travis’ devoted American fanbase would no doubt welcome them back with open arms.

Everything At Once Tracklist:

1. What Will Come
2. Magnificent Time
3. Radio Song
4. Paralysed
5. Animals
6. Everything At Once
7. 3 Miles High
8. All Of The Places
9. Idlewild (ft. Josephine Oniyama)
10. Strangers On a Train


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