Brand new single from the upcoming Rum Bar Records release 'Another Round' by The Right Here (acoustic songs, covers,
and b-sides) CD.
"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
This is a song about hope - pure and simple. Just kidding. Like most of our songs it's about trying to figure out what the hell to do with your life before burning out. Some say that it was too good to fit on Stick to the Plan. Others say that it was left out because they don't make 13 inch records. Either way, it's one of those good time groovin' songs all the kids are boppin' to nowadays. - The Right Here
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
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.
released April 13, 2018
Written and performed by The Right Here
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
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