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Train Rockets Back to Stardom

The members of Train -- Pat Monahan, Jimmy Stafford, Scott Underwood -- have been through a lot together since forming in 1994 in San Francisco. The band has won Grammys and topped the charts.

However, in recent years, the band took a break to refocus their music.

In "Early Summer Concert Series" on Friday, Train lead singer Pat Monahan told co-anchor Erica Hill the band finally feels like a band.

He said, "We started out and had success all over the place. We started to do this for the success of it, instead of the love and the music of it, which was why we started music as children. And so we feel like that again. I think that we feel younger and more invigorated than ever."

The band has returned with a new album called Save Me San Francisco. In addition to performing from their new song "If It's Love," the band also performed a few of their chart-topping hits, including "Drops of Jupiter" and "Calling All Angels."

As for their return to the limelight, Monahan said, "I think it's strange. We made a record out of love and we're never expecting it to be so massive around the world. I mean, we're traveling to places we've never been before. In fact, we were just in India. Glasgow we have on our tour in October. We're very excited about everything."

For more with Train, click on the video below.