Panic’s Blah Blah: Travis Japan’s “Moving Pieces” Get Streaming!

Travis Japan “Moving Pieces” photo provided by Johnny & Associates

It’s finally here! “Moving Pieces,” the second single from Travis Japan, is streaming now worldwide on Spotify, Apple Music, and more, with the music video available on YouTube on May 15th at 9:00 am EST!

The track was produced by Poo Bear, who also worked with Justin Bieber‘s “What Do You Mean?“, “All That Matters,”; Usher‘s “Caught Up,” and more. “Moving Pieces” captures the uniqueness of Travis Japan‘s seven members while at the same time showcasing just how in sync the guys are as a group.

The MV is choreographed by no other than Travis Payne, whose extensive body of work includes the Michael JacksonThis Is It” tour and Lady Gaga‘s “The Monster Ball Tour,” the music video is smooth, sexy, and slightly psychedelic. It’s the ideal reunion piece for Travis Japan and Payne, who has been an essential piece of the group’s personal history. Not only was he instrumental in their formation, but they’re also named after him.

But wait, there’s more news! Travis Japan will also release its first Digital EP on June 5th, featuring additional songs from their ongoing national TV commercial campaigns. Stay tuned for details!

Congratulations Travis Japan!

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