San Francisco pop-rock band Train is streaming its upcoming new album California 37, the band’s sixth, the week before the album's release on April 16/17.
Announced this week, the 11-song album stream is available via a number of websites, including Spotify, NME, and various music blogs.
According to NME, California 37 was recorded in San Francisco and Los Angeles with producers Butch Walker and Espionage.
The band's 2001 album Drops of Jupiter was certified double platinum in the US and Canada and reached the top ten in album charts in some 12 countries. "Hey Soul Sister" (live version) took home a 2011 Grammy Award and the original track has sold 5.8 million downloads in the US according to Nielsen SoundScan.
Frontman Pat Monahan and his crew have also tried their hand in the wine market and are releasing their third varietal, a cabernet sauvignon also titled California 37, this spring. They launched the label last year with their Drops of Jupiter Petite Sirah 2009 wine, coined after their 2001 Grammy Award-winning hit.
Listen to the album: http://trainline.com/