Known for their countless chart-topping hits, multi-platinum-selling band Train returns on Columbia Records with their much awaited tenth studio album, A Girl A Bottle A Boat. The new eleven track effort follows 2014's release of Bulletproof Picasso, which debuted at No. 5 on the Billboard 200 Chart, and marks the group's first release of all-new original music since.
"Every album I've ever been a part of writing has had a fair amount of difficulty. Wanting to touch people's lives is a daunting task but when it happens it makes all of the blood sweat and tears worth it," said frontman Pat Monahan. "A Girl A Bottle A Boat has been the most fun and fulfilling I think of all of the Train albums."
The group has consistently been at the forefront of contemporary music and have had fourteen songs on Billboard's Hot 100 list since their self-titled debut in 1994. Sampling the beloved melody from "Heart and Soul," A Girl A Bottle A Boat's lead single "Play That Song" is a feel-good anthem, brimming with a playful liveliness.