Train have just released a music video in support of their latest single "Save Me San Francisco". The frontman of the band, Pat Monahan, is a wedding crasher in this clip. He's barging in on a white veil occasion and tries to get his supposedly love interest to back out of her nuptials.
The song is a title track of Train's studio album of the same name "Save Me San Francisco". Monagan once said, "Our goal with this record was to get back to our San Francisco vibe that we had when we made our first album."
Earlier this year, Pat Monahan collected song of the year prize for his band's smash hit "Hey, Soul Sister". He received the honor in a Los Angeles ceremony held by the American Society of Composers, Authors and Publishers (ASCAP).
Train's "Save Me San Francisco" music video