Say you're currently an unsigned band looking for a big break - how about getting a song in the "Grey's Anatomy" season finale that aired Thursday night on ABC?

Publisher Spirit Music Group landed the placement for the New York-based Rosewood Thieves for their track "Heavy Eyes," written by band founder Erick Jordan. The song made an extended appearance over a montage featuring several of the show's unlucky-in-love doctors.

"The great interplay of male and female vocals and vintage storytelling [is] an oft-underrated but essential talent," says the program's music supervisor Alexandra Patsavas. "Certain songs and artists are perfect for underscoring multiple storylines - this is one of them."

Thanks to the expected halo of the placement, Spirit has made a deal through CD Baby to release the band's album, "Rise and Shine," immediately.

"I was forwarded the album and fell in love with the vibey, lovely mysterious feel," Patsavas says.

Last year's "Grey's" finale featured music by Ingrid Michaelson, and attracted 21.5 million viewers, according to Nielsen Media Research.