During the Super Bowl, a song by Boston pop-punk band Transit was played as exit music to a commercial. “Long Lost Friends” played for roughly 7 seconds.

If a 30-second Super Bowl ad costs $4.5 million, you can estimate Transit’s 7 seconds (in front of America’s biggest audience) to be worth approximately $1 million. It looks like it pays to be a New England band when your team is in the Super Bowl. Check out the song clip below.

Transit’s new album, Joyride, came out last year on Rise Records.

They just played "Long Lost Friends" by @transitma during the Super Bowl! Best part of the Super Bowl so far! #transit

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