INDIE rockers Travis made a surprise visit to their old haunt - The Horse Shoe Bar.

The Glasgow band, including Fran Healy, Andy Dunlop, Dougie Payne, and Neil Primrose, visited the city centre pub which is where recorded their first album Good Feeling in the pub.

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The Horse Shoe shared a picture of the band on their Facebook yesterday and said: "Give a big warm Horse Shoe welcome to a few new members of staff.

" Say hello to Fran, Andy, Dougie, and Neil you might recognise them better as award-winning band TRAVIS. 
"The men who...never forgot their roots. 
"Their first album was actually recorded in The Horse Shoe and it’s good to have them back. (Even if it’s only for a wee nostalgic visit)."

One fan said: "Neil Primrose enjoying another night behind the bar, just like old times."

Another added: " Wow, great to see them in the place where their history began. Was there myself last year."

Travis is best known for their breakthrough album The Man Who and hits Driftwood, Sing and Side.