Subway Performers Emerge From The Underground To Become Viral Rockstars

03/25/2014 05:17 pm ET | Updated Mar 25, 2014

Meet the talented trio that has taken the Internet by storm.

Too Many Zooz, an instrumental group known for playing in New York City's Union Square subway station, has come out from underground to share their music with the rest of the world.

The above video of the subway performers, which was uploaded to YouTube in January, already has more than 630,000 hits. It even landed on the front page of Reddit:

The group, who refers to their music as "brass house," is comprised of Matt Doe on the trumpet, Leo P on the saxophone and King of Sludge on drums, according to RightThisMinute.

Keep on filling our ears with awesome music, guys. We have no doubt that you'll be touring the world in no time!

Download their new digital album here.

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