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Train stream new album 'California 37' in full – listen

Hear Californian band's new LP now

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US band Train are streaming their new album 'California 37' exclusively through NME.COM – scroll down to the bottom of the page and click to listen to it in its entirety.

The LP, which is the follow-up to their 2009 effort 'Save Me, San Francisco', is set for release on April 16 but has been made available to listen to online a week ahead of its release. It was recorded in San Francisco and Los Angeles with producers Butch Walker and Espionage and was preceded by the first single 'Drive By', which was released on January 2010.

Train released their self-titled debut album in 1998, but were launched into the mainstream in 2001 with their second LP 'Drops Of Jupiter'. The title track from the record, which was released as a single, was a Top Five hit on the Billboard Hot 100 and scooped the band a Grammy for Best Rock Song.

Since then, the band have released three more studio albums, 2003's 'My Private Nation' and 2006's 'For Me, It's You'. They've also tried their hand in the wine market and will put out their third variety, which is also titled 'California 37', this spring.

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