Train have made public a music video in companion to their new single "Hey, Soul Sister" which tells about about "a woman who's got all the right moves." The video is directed by Matthew Stawski and comes out on VH1 on October 6.
"Soul Sister" is taken from Train's forthcoming studio album "Save Me San Francisco". The band's singer Pat Monahan told Billboard, "There's super catchy riffs and melodies in it, which I think are way more important that any production trick or great-sounding vocal production. It's kind of us going backward so we can go forward."
Train's fifth studio album, "Save Me San Francisco" is confirmed to come out in U.S. market on October 27. It is recorded as a tribute to their hometown. "We owe all of our gratitude to San Francisco because they embraced us back when, if they hadn't have, no one would have," Monahan explained.
Train's "Hey, Soul Sister" music video