Travis; The Band Who (Could Have Been Much Better)

Right, before you all slag me off either on the comment board or in your brain; I’m fully aware that Travis went very awful very quickly.

Your abuse (and the abuse I’m giving myself) is the reason I’m uploading this at such a silly hour.

I used to like them, those Travis boys, they used to rock and for a small period of time they were the only British band doing anything in the aftermath of Brit-pop.

Here is their first major hit. This is off their first album Good Feeling, which I strongly suggest you go and buy from iTunes by clicking here. Enjoy.

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2 comments

    First single, U16 girls was excellent. Good Feeling was the B Side, in demo form. Released on Independiente. Cover art by John Squire. They went awful immediately after that!

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