Best break-up song ever

I have to post this music video on the blog, because sometimes I forget how good it is, even though it came out in 2012.

Train’s first hit was Drops of Jupiter, and the next big one was Hey Soul Sister. So I was pretty surprised to find that their 2012 album, California 37, hardly featured the soft, romantic ballads I’d come to expect from this San Francisco group. It was much, much better.

There are so many good songs on the album, that it’s the kind of thing you want to take with you on a road trip. This is one of my favorite tracks off it, because it is so deliciously tongue-in-cheek


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