The Invisible Band is the third studio album by Scottish rock band Travis. It was first released on 11 June 2001 in the United Kingdom by Independiente and a day later in the United States by Epic Records. The title of the album makes reference to the band's feelings regarding music being more important than the band making it. Band frontman Fran Healy stated in an interview that the album's title referred to the band's status of having famous songs, but not being famous themselves. The album spent four weeks at the top of the UK Albums Chart, selling more copies in that time than their previous album, The Man Who, managed in half a year.
The Invisible Band was another strong seller from the band following their previous album, The Man Who, eventually becoming with 97th best-selling album of the 2000s decade in the United Kingdom.
Format: LP, Album, Limited Edition, Reissue, Stereo
Genre: Rock, Pop
Style: Alternative Rock, Pop Rock
A2 Dear Diary
A4 Pipe Dreams
A5 Flowers In The Window
A6 The Cage
B2 Follow The Light
B3 Last Train
B6 The Humpty Dumpty Love Song