Described by The Guardian as “one of the country’s finest pop culture historians’, Travis Elborough has been author, broadcaster and cultural commentator for nearly two decade now.
His books include A Walk in the Park, a loving exploration of public parks and green space’ hailed as ‘a fascinating, informative, revelatory book’ by William Boyd and The Long Player Goodbye, a hymn to vinyl that inspired the BBC4 documentary When Albums Ruled the World, in which he also appeared. .
With Bob Stanley from Saint Etienne, he also co-wrote the script for How We Used to Live, a BFI archive film directed by Paul Kelly, and premiered at the 2013 London Film Festival.
His liner notes can equally be found on the rear sleeve of the album ‘Words and Music by Saint Etienne‘.