Samsung has recently introduced the world's first 3D LED TV -- showing undersea graphics (sorry, no Pandora shots here) backed by Train's top 40 hit and lead single 'Hey, Soul Sister' off their Oct. 27-released 'Save Me San Fransisco.'
No stranger to romantic hits ('Drops of Jupiter (Tell Me)' and 'Meet Virginia' are part of their discography), the trio have done it again with their Jason Mraz-sounding tune, thanks to plucked ukulele riffs, an infectious melody and nostalgic lyrics sung by lead singer Pat Monahan: "I knew I wouldn't forget you, and so I went and let you blow my mind / Your sweet moonbeam, the smell of you in every single dream I dream / I knew when we collided, you're the one I have decided who's one of my kind." 'Save Me San Francisco' is Train's first album in three years, following 'For Me, It's You.' The song earned platinum certification by the RIAA just this year.
In addition to watching the commercial, check out Pat Monahan and guitarist Jimmy Stafford acoustic version on PopEater and tune into AOL's Adult Alternative station to hear Train's radio single.