The band arrived in Glasgow, following a special warm-up gig in Newcastle to officially begin their UK tour.
The hometown gig at The Garage, was sold out within days, but those who'd missed out on tickets could listen to the concert courtesy of a BBC broadcast hosted by one of Travis? most tireless campaigners, Radio One's Steve Lamaq.
The concert was featured as part of the BBC Music Live festival, a weeklong music marathon hosting major names and local talent in venues throughout Glasgow.
As part of the event a special edition of Top Of The Pops was filmed in Glasgow, the first time the programme has ever been presented outside it's London studio. Travis were joined by Texas and Hepburn for the recording of the show in the city's Archaos nightclub.
Straight after filming their performance of Driftwood it was full tilt back to the venue now filled to bursting with an enthusiastic home crowd, warmed up by the support ? Oslo.
The band took to the stage at nine to the intro of Bowie's The Man Who Sold The World, while a countdown was displayed on the many monitors littered around the stage.
Travis opened with The Fear and proceeded to play a blinder of a gig, consisting of new material from The Man Who and some definite crowd pleasers from their first album Good Feeling.