Bethlehem native William H. Travis typically makes subdued folk with melancholic lyrics, telling tales of hardship and unrequited love. Some of his previous releases have been covered on The Key, and while delightful, they indicated an artist who had become comfortable in his niche.
2019 marks a new era for Travis. Earlier this year he released “Aloha” a track about an ill-fated relationship with a woman who was far too carefree for the songwriter. While lyrically it did not indicate any dramatic change for Travis, the background instrumentals and vocals have a definite Hawaiian influence. Continue reading →