As much as the industry was afraid of the internet and music a few years back, it's nice to see that there has been some turnaround, especially from musicians. Travis is the newest to the bunch that are getting with the times and they have fully embraced the digital age. The band is planning on making previously unreleased songs available on their MySpace page over the next few weeks, and possilbly longer.
Frontman Fran Healy stated, "We've released 130 songs in A-sides, B-sides and album tracks since we started out. Now there's finally a place where we can put up four brand new tracks a week that people haven't heard before. We've been doing that for 12 weeks and we've still got hundreds of songs to put up. We might have to slow it down a bit, but we can pretty much go on indefinitely!"
Travis' drummer, Neil Primrose, went on to comment, "The last time we released a record it was a different world. There was no YouTube, no MySpace, the internet was still finding its feet. Now it's incredibly exciting to learn about it and see how it works."