Sometimes, after so listening to so many beer-soaked blues bands or weirdo art rockers, you just want to listen to a band that you could bring home to your mother.
Jukebox the Ghost is that band. These squeaky-clean rockers create infectious, piano-driven pop in the vein of Ben Folds Five or The Get Up Kids, but they never sound cheesy or overly simple.
In this episode of A Trolley Show, the Brooklyn-based musicians delight the MTS passengers with a campfire-ready version of their song "Ghosts In Empty Houses." Just listen to that high note at the one-minute mark: totes adorbs, right?