Music video description

Space journey "Drops of Jupiter" by the band Train

Train, an American rock band formed in San Francisco in 1994, is known for its blend of rock, pop and folk. Their biggest hits include "Hey, Soul Sister," "Drive By" and the iconic "Drops of Jupiter."

"Drops of Jupiter" is a heartfelt ballad by the band Train, reflecting lead singer Pat Monahan's reflections on his mother's afterlife journey. The video takes viewers on a magical space journey, interweaving cosmic images with the band's performance.

"Drops of Jupiter" reached No. 5 on the Billboard Hot 100 chart and won two Grammy Awards for Best Rock Song and Best Instrumental Arrangement Accompanying Vocal(s) in 2002.

Music video

Directed by Nigel Dick, the music video beautifully captures the song's introspective themes through stunning visuals. Collaboration with animators and special effects experts added an ethereal quality to the music video.

Worth knowing

- The team drew inspiration from the movie "Harold and Maude" for the visual style of the music video.

- "Drops of Jupiter" was a breakthrough in the band's Train success and remains a fan favorite during live performances.

The song's emotional depth and universal themes have resonated with audiences of all ages since its release.

"Drops of Jupiter" by Train is not only a moving song, but also a visually striking music video that cemented the band's place in music history, captivating fans around the world with its cosmic journey.

Last edited: 06-03-2024