Music News — June 24, 2014 at 9:50 am

TRAIN Premiere New Single “Angel In Blue Jeans” Out July 31! Forthcoming Album ‘Bulletproof Picasso’ Out September 12


Perennial hit makers and three-time Grammy award winners, Train have premiered their new single, “ANGEL IN BLUE JEANS”, set for release on July 31.  This initial offering is from their forthcoming 7th studio effort, BULLETPROOF PICASSO, which is scheduled to be released on September 12. The track will be hitting Australia airwaves from July 24, and is available to stream now below…

Audiences have come to expect a melodic and visceral tour de force from Train, with the band possessing one of the more potent, radio-embedded repertoires.  The acclaimed group has sold more than 10 million albums worldwide, 30 million tracks worldwide, with numerous Platinum and Gold citations on their mantle, 3 Grammy Awards, 2 Billboard Music Awards and dozens of other honors and nominations.

Their gift for delivering memorable songs with an edgy refinement has seen them achieve unprecedented radio and social media traction, with the eight-time Grammy nominees heralded as a standard bearer of riveting, roots-based pop around the world.

Train’s most recent album, 2012’s CALIFORNIA 37 spawned the hit “Drive By” among other songs, a Triple Platinum single in Australia that reached the Top Ten in 13 countries, adding to the prolific Train set-list which already includes multiple signature smashes such as their Grammy winning classic “Drops Of Jupiter (Tell Me)”, the US chart-topping “Meet Virginia”, and “Calling All Angels”.  The band snagged another Grammy in 2011 for their global smash “Hey Soul Sister”, the #1 ARIA hit and 6 x Platinum selling single taken from their 2009 Top 10 ARIA Platinum album, SAVE ME, SAN FRANCISCO.

In 2011, Train launched the Save Me, San Francisco Wine Co. and Save Me, San Francisco Chocolate Co in the US, which benefit Family House, a Bay Area nonprofit providing temporary housing to the families of seriously ill children being treated at University of California San Francisco Benioff Children’s Hospital.


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