U.K. rock outfit Travis will make the new track "Love Will Come Through" available as a paid download on Nov. 15 via its official Web site.
U.K. rock outfit Travis will make the new track "Love Will Come Through" available as a paid download on Nov. 15 via its official Web site. Proceeds will benefit the U.K.'s Spinal Injuries Association, in a nod to the spinal injuries suffered earlier this summer by Travis drummer Neil Primrose in a swimming accident. The song will also be offered as a free audio stream beginning Friday (Sept. 6).
"Love Will Come Through" will be included on the soundtrack to the upcoming film "Moonlight Mile," which, as previously reported, is due Sept. 24 via Epic. The set also features previously released favorites from David Bowie, Van Morrison, the Rolling Stones, Robert Plant, and Bob Dylan, among others. The film, starring Dustin Hoffman, Susan Sarandon, and Jake Gyllenhaal, opens Sept. 27 in U.S. theaters.
Travis' contribution is the band's first new material since last year's Epic album, "The Invisible Band." The band plans to begin work on its follow-up later this year. As for Primrose, he is expected to recover from his injuries, which forced the band to cancel a host of European dates.