Brand new release of honest, raucous, melodic, acoustic, and anthem fist raising punk rawk n' roll direct from the heartland... The Right Here.
"Imagine The Replacements dangling Jesse Malin out of the back of a pick-up truck down a dusty, country track, and you’d be somewhere near the mark." - Mass Movement Magazine
"The band come across like a hybrid of The Replacements and Gaslight Anthem, combined with the roughest edge of the much missed Uncle Tupelo." - Real Gone
"I didn't know you've been a band long enough to have b-sides" - a “fan”
Joke’s on that guy! We have! This is a collection of acoustic songs, covers, and b-sides. The acoustic songs include a few stripped-down versions of Stick to the Plan songs and some tunes that will become full-band rippers on our next record. We're finally releasing our cover of the Rolling Stone's, "Dead Flowers" on CD. We're also paying tribute to David Bowie on this release with our take on "Modern Love.” You might remember "Buy Me A Round" from our first album, "All Herky Jerky.” We gave it the full-band treatment for this album, and we're also including "More Delusions,” which almost made the cut for “Stick to the Plan.” We hope you enjoy this collection! Stay tuned for a new full length record in 2019! - The Right Here
Minneapolis, MN 2018...
Straight out of (one of) those beloved Twin Cities, The Right Here has been doling out their rowdy brand of rock’n’roll since 2010.
Embracing a style similar, and kindred to beloved bands such as Lucero, Drag the River, Old 97’s, Avail, The Bottle Rockets, Red City Radio, and home town brothers Nato Coles and the Blue Diamond Band, and The Replacements.
The Right Here have created their own sound that fits in perfectly with the current punk rock’n’roll scene that’s happening in Minneapolis right now. A combination of thundering, foot stomping, barn burners, punk, blue collar rock, and alt-country that will make your music loving heart pitter-patter with excitement. Soak on up their somber, hauntingly, beautiful suds, and heart-felt stunners, finding yourself immersed in true, pure, rock and roll from the Heartland.
Here's what the press had to say about The Right Here's 2016 full length release 'Stick To The Plan':
"Heartfelt songs blending rootsy punk rock, alt-country, and rugged
all-American rock n' roll." - Faster And Louder
"Punk goes twang. Who knew!" - Blurt
"Rowdy rock n roll" - The Soul of a Clown
"There is certainly a bit of mischief and fun in what The Right Here do." - Uber Rock
"The Minneapolis (of course) quartet takes two-stepping melodies and C&W progressions and thrashes the hell out of them while keeping the songcraft intact." - Rockin' Is Ma Business
released May 18, 2018
Another Round by The Right Here
Acoustic songs, covers, and b-sides
Lewis Miller – Rhythm Guitar, Vocals
Luke Lecheler – Lead Guitar, Vocals
Adam Peterson – Bass, Back Up Vocals
Ryan Haasch – Drums
Recorded, mixed, and mastered by Andy Mathison at Immortal Audio and TreeSpeak Studios
All songs written and performed by The Right Here except “Dead Flowers” by The Rolling Stones and “Modern Love” by David Bowie
Artwork by Luke Lecheler and Photo of Jac Kevin Martins by Mike Bredon
Rum Bar Records is turning into one of the absolute best labels for real rock and roll these days, if you haven't gotten hip to that trip. It's the boss sound from the Boss-town." - Bill Kelly, Bill Kelly's Teenage Wasteland WFMU
supported by 5 fans who also own “Another Round (acoustic songs, covers, and b-sides) "the nice price"”
I love this entire album. Every track is a winner. The album is well mixed. It sounds great on my computer's stereo sound system. It is almost as good as the sound quality of my vinyl record sound system. And Jesse's voice has never sounded more powerful and confident. Definitely a Five-Star album. dansp
supported by 4 fans who also own “Another Round (acoustic songs, covers, and b-sides) "the nice price"”
A contender for best pop-rock album of 2019.
Will Pitchfork and hipsters of their ilk ever take notice of The Rallies and the many artists who do not benefit from the hype that they create around far less talented musicians? POPPHIL