Something Anything

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This article is about the single by Travis. For the similarly titled album by Todd Rundgren, see Something/Anything?
"Something Anything"
Single by Travis
from the album Ode to J. Smith
A-side Something Anything
B-side Tail Of The Tiger, Used To Belong, Lola
Released 15 September 2008
Format CD Single, Digital Download, 7" vinyl
Recorded 2007-2008
Genre Indie rock
Length 2:22
Label Red Telephone Box
Writer(s) Dougie Payne/Fran Healy
Producer(s) Emery Dobyns
Travis singles chronology
"Something Anything"
"Song to Self"

"Something Anything" is the second single taken from Indie band Travis' sixth studio album Ode To J. Smith. The single peaked at #113 on the UK Singles Chart.


The single was released on 15 September 2008. It is the first Travis single not to be written by singer Fran Healy, as bassist Dougie Payne is credited to having co-written the song. It was the only song on the album not to be written during a 5-week album sessions writing period, and was instead written months later. Payne also wrote the B-side, "Tail of the Tiger".[1] The artwork of the single shows a heart, with a hole in either side, representing the main song and two b-sides, as confirmed by singer Fran Healy.[2]

Track listing[edit]

  • CD Single
  1. "Something Anything" - 2:22
  2. "Tail Of The Tiger" - 2:49
  3. "Used To Belong" - 3:26
  • 7" Vinyl
  1. "Something Anything" - 2:22
  2. "Lola" - 4:09


Chart (2007) Peak
UK Singles Chart[3] 113


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