April 13, 2012

Train stopped by the Rolling Stone studio to play a few songs from their new album, California 37, as well as familiar hits "Drops of Jupiter" and "Save Me, San Francisco." After the set, the guys explained how they got through a rough patch in their career. "We basically went from being family to being friends," singer Pat Monahan says of his longtime bandmates. "Families are allowed to dislike each other and stay together, but friends don't have to be together. We don't feel like we have to be together, but we love to be together now, more than ever."


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