Traveler, the functioning name of vocalist/songwriter Mike Rosenberg, makes romantic, folk-inflected indie pop. Originally a four-piece, Traveler created in Brighton, Britain, as a cooperation between vocalist/songwriter Rosenberg and composer Andrew Phillips. Training of Phillips’ studio room, the duo documented the songs that could become Wicked Man’s Rest, Passenger’s debut recording. The disc premiered on ChalkMark in 2007 and spawned many singles including “Wicked Man’s Rest,” “Walk You House,” “Perform EVERYTHING YOU Like,” and “Desk for just one.” Traveler opened for a number of high-profile indie functions through the entire U.K. that yr, including Kate Nash as well as the Keep Steady. The next year discovered the band offering the soundtrack towards the film Where Possess I Been ALL OF YOUR Life? and carrying out in the 2008 SXSW event in Austin, Tx. Phillips parted methods with Traveler in ’09 2009, departing Rosenberg in the helm. The band’s sophomore work, 2009’s Wide Eye Blind Love, shown this change having a stripped-down acoustic audio. A year later on, Rosenberg’s Traveler returned using the “fan-only” launch Divers and Submarines. Also this year 2010, Traveler released Flight from the Crow, offering collaborations with such performers as Josh Pyke, Katie Noonan, Elana Rock, while others. In 2012, Traveler released a 5th full-length work, All the Small Lights, which highlighted a more completely fleshed-out audio. While the record premiered in the summertime of 2012, it wasn’t until 2013 a tune from All of the Small Lights, “Allow Her Move,” broke through as popular in European countries. By the finish of the entire year, the one had reached number 1 in 16 countries, including Germany, Austria, Switzerland, Norway, Sweden, Ireland, Italy, and Belgium. Rosenberg started focus on his following record, Whispers, toward the finish of 2013 and enlisted All of the Small Lighting’ co-producer Chris Vallejo to utilize him. Whispers premiered in 2014 and highlighted the singles “Scare Away the Dark” and “Heart’s burning.” A calendar year later, the music group paired once again with Vallejo for Passenger’s full-length follow-up, Whispers II. Rosenberg also announced that revenue from Whispers II would head to help finance UNICEF U.K.’s function in Liberia. In 2016, Traveler returned with Teen as the Morning hours Old as the ocean, which noticed Rosenberg and Vallejo collaborating as companies alongside a recently assembled band of musicians.