Travis lead singer Fran Healy is among many key cultural figures urging people to vote Lib Dem
Travis lead singer Fran Healy has added his support to a campaign by Brian Eno, one of the most influential men in pop, to encourage some of Britain's key cultural figures to vote Liberal Democrat.
Brian Eno, the former Roxy Music member and producer, is determined to help break the "rut" of two-party politics, he told London's Evening Standard.
The campaign is centred on Eno's new website which is asking potential Liberal Democrat voters to publicly commit to the party this election - and encourage more and more voters to do so in time for 5 May.
The core group of supporters for Eno's plan include Sir Peter Hall, Travis singer Fran Healy, Body Shop founder Anita Roddick, film director Sophie Fiennes, scientist Richard Dawkins, Rosie Boycott and Germaine Greer.