Following up their well-received singles ‘Old Stories’ and ‘Running’, Scottish three-piece Traveller have shared their latest release, the self-titled ‘Traveller’
‘Traveller’ tells a story of a faceless musician with a “suitcase and guitar they’ll never see”, “looking for someone to say ‘come on in’”. Traveller are establishing themselves as talented lyricists when it comes to expressing heartache and struggle, a theme that runs through their music alongside the atmospheric production listeners will hear in the new release.
Since their critically acclaimed debut release “All This Time” in 2016, the 3-piece have been picking up support from fans across the globe. Their appeal is due in no small part to their wealth of vintage and contemporary influences, ranging from REM and Bruce Springsteen, right through to Jack Savoretti and Keith Urban. With a new full-length album ready to go, it’s an exciting time for the group as they continue to showcase their craft with a string of single releases.