Next the announcement (opens in a new tab) of the upcoming Creedence Clearwater Revivals documentary-concert, Travelin’ Band: Creedence Clearwater Revival at the Royal Albert Hallthe band released a new music video accompanying the track “Travelin’ Band”.
This release appears before the limited-edition 7-inch single “Travelin’ Band (Live at the Royal Albert Hall)” on June 18, exclusive to Record Store Day.
The original single “Travelin’ Band”/”Who’ll Stop the Rain” (opens in a new tab) (featuring two songs from Creedence’s fifth studio album, 1970s The Cosmo Factory) achieved global success, reaching number two in the United States, number eight in the United Kingdom, and number five in Canada.
Creedence Clearwater Revival’s self-titled debut album from 1968 (opens in a new tab) introduced the world to four young San Franciscans: guitarist brothers Tom and John Fogertybassist Stu Cook and drummer Doug Clifford.
Backed by hits like “Proud Mary” and “Born on the Bayou”, Creedence Clearwater Revival went on to release three more amazing studio albums during 1969.
1970s The Cosmo Factory (opens in a new tab) was the band’s fifth album in 24 months! It has since been certified 4x Platinum.
“Finally, in 1970, I started thinking, Well, damn it, we’re getting really good and really popular,” John Fogerty said. Guitarist in a recent interview. “We went to Europe and played at the Royal Albert Hall.”
The new “Travelin’ Band” music video offers a unique take on Creedence Clearwater Revival at the height of its worldwide fame.
With a collage of footage captured on the road from stage to airplane, the film transports us back in time between 1969 and 1970 as the band travels the world performing to an ever-growing legion of loyal fans.
Browse the Creedence Clearwater Revival Catalog here (opens in a new tab).