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Travis Share Video For New Single Kissing In The Wind

Tuesday, 10 December 2019 Written by Jon Stickler

Travis have shared a new single.

Kissing In The Wind marks the Scottish indie giants' first new music since 2016 and caps off a year of 20th anniversary celebrations of their breakthrough album.

The slow, subtle track comes with a video directed by the band's vocalist Fran Healy, who also wrote and produced the song. It contains footage from their acclaimed documentary, Almost Fashionable – A Film About Travis, as well as live shots recorded at a show in Mexico following their appearance at Corona Festival in November.





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