Scots Travis back at Roadmender

Fran Healy and friends
Fran Healy and friends

Scottish alternative act Travis return to the Roadmender this month ahead of two gigs in the London the following night.

The band recently made the new song Everything At Once available to download for free via their website.

The tack, written by bassist Dougie Payne, gives fans a preview as to what is to come from the band’s new album which is due out this year.

Led by Fran Healy, Travis rose to fame in the late 1990s with the debut Good Feeling and its successor The Man Who.

The latter featured hits including Why Does It Always Rain On Me and Driftwood.

The band play the Northampton venue on Monday, January 25.

Doors open at 7.30pm, tickets cost £25 in advance before fees.

Tickets are on sale for Wstrn and Big Tobz who play at the venue on Friday, January 29. They will be joined by DJs Kenny AllStar, P Montana, Mr Vi, BillGates and Ato Sound.

Doors open at 10pm and the night runs until 3.30am.