One of the British most successful bands worldwide
Positivity, togetherness, excitement: With Travis—Fran Healy (vocals), Andy Dunlop (guitar), Dougie Payne (bass), Neil Primrose (drums) —it was always thus. Mostly. The Man Who (1999) was the best-selling album in the United Kingdom by a British band, being winner also of two BRIT awards for “Best Album” and “Best British Band”. The album hit Number One on the charts, where it stayed for 11 weeks. Only ten years after their foundation at the Glasgow School of Art, Travis were already considered one of the biggest bands worldwide. The last three years have seen Travis release their eighth album, the refreshingly punchy Everything at Once, undertake another hefty world tour, and make a documentary film, the candidly titled and executed “Almost Fashionable.” Back in the present day, Fran Healy is busy writing the ninth Travis album.