Travis will perform songs from their new album 'Everything At Once' live for the first time on April 30.
The 'Sing' hitmakers will debut the tracks from their follow-up to 2013 LP 'Where We Stand' at an intimate gig at HMV on London's Oxford Street ahead of their UK tour next month.
This time round the band - compromised of Fran Healy, Andy Dunlop, Dougie Payne and Neil Primrose - decided to be "frugal" with the length of each track on the record so they could be precise in illustrating their sound.
Frontman Fran said: "We have learnt to be frugal with our writing. You can say everything you want to say. You don't need four minutes to do it."
The indie rockers' new album was recorded at the legendary Hansa Studios in Berlin, Germany, where David Bowie made 'Heroes' and Iggy Pop's 'The Idiot' and 'Lust For Life'.
The lead single '3 Miles High' features rising Norwegian star Aurora, who shot to fame after covering Oasis' 'Half The World Away' for the 2015 John Lewis Christmas advert.
Travis will release 'Everything At Once' on Friday April 29 through their own label Red Telephone Box via Caroline International.
Tickets are available at Hmv.com/hmvlive/travis for the Scottish group's concert and 'Everything at Once' album signing.
Travis UK tour dates are as follows:
Fri. April 29 Tampa Raymond James Stadium
May 6, Glasgow, The ABC SOLD OUT
May 7, Manchester, Albert Hall SOLD OUT
May 9, London, O2 Shepherds Bush
May 12, Birmingham, O2 Academy
May 13, Newcastle upon Tyne, O2 Academy
May 14, Leeds, O2 Academy & Underground
May 16, Leicester, De Monfort Hall
May 17, Bournemouth, O2 Academy
May 18, Bristol, Colston Hall
May 19, Norwich, UEA