Like breaking up, writing a hit song is hard to do. Most artists go a lifetime without one, but not Train, who've delivered a steady stream of chart hits since 'Meet Virginia' met your ears ten years ago. Perhaps you've heard 'Calling All Angels' or a lil' ditty titled 'Drops of Jupiter (Tell Me)'? Yes, of course you have. After a 3-year hiatus to concentrate on solo projects, the West Coast rockers are back with their fifth album ('Save Me San Francisco,' out now) and a gem of a single, the Jason Mraz-ish track 'Hey, Soul Sister.'

Armed with a voice and a ukulele, singer Pat Monahan and guitarist Jimmy Stafford (drummer Scott Underwood couldn't make it) dropped by PopEater HQ to perform the infectious track. Watch It Here: