Released: 11th June 2001.
Travis release the follow up to their hugely successful album, "The Man Who." As ever, the formula of soft indie sounds is kept, the melodies are there, but is that enough to make this album worthwhile?
It definitely won't cause you pain to listen to "The Invisible Band." Inoffensive as it sounds, sometimes the melodies even grab your attention. "Flowers In Your Window" is a perfect example of an uplifting tune, which brightens up the album a bit. "Sing" follows the same formula as the previous album's hits, so it can't really go wrong!
The slower tracks are fairly pleasant too, especially "The Cage," with its neat and rich arrangements and "Indefinitely," with all its calm that forms a certain atmosphere.
Overall, it is a nice album as you listen to it, but none of the songs made me want to play it again or stand out enough to make themselves stick in my memory.