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Everything At Once

Travis

Available in 96 kHz / 24-bit AIFF and FLAC high-resolution audio formats

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1
What Will Come
Travis
2:57
2
Magnificent Time
Travis
2:50
3
Radio Song
Travis
3:00
4
Paralysed
Travis
2:49
5
Animals
Travis
3:43
6
Everything At Once
Travis
2:59
7
3 Miles High
Travis
2:47
8
All Of The Places
Travis
3:32
9
Idlewild (feat. Josephine Oniyama)
Travis; Josephine Oniyama
3:52
10
Strangers On A Train
Travis
4:52
Total Playing Time    33:21
"... warming, comforting, gently familiar and distinctly British ... a gentle revision of a well-known sound ... a soothing balm of a listen, classic in its Travis sound, gentle in its rock, melodic in its pop and uplifting in its lyrics."
- The Arts Desk

Everything At Once from Travis is released on the Scottish band's own label Red Telephone Box and features the single 3 Miles High, a beautifully understated and uplifting acoustic track spotlighting the gorgeous backing vocals of rising Norwegian artist Aurora. Written by Travis and produced by Michael Ilbert at the legendary Hansa Studios in Berlin, Everything At Once positively overflows with conviction and confidence, pushing boundaries while maintaining the classic Travis sound.
96 kHz / 24-bit PCM – Red Telephone Box Studio Masters

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