“In any production, regardless of medium, what happens in pre-production can make or break the entire project. It sounds simple, but I cannot stress enough the importance of planning ahead. The sooner and farther out you can schedule the show, the better. Not only will the venue appreciate the lead time, but it will give you time to make changes when something inevitably goes wrong. For a release show in early April, we started booking in mid-February; and there are people who believe even that is cutting it close.”
HereComeHere share their secrets to a succesful release show exclusively with Musical Notes Global. Read the full guest blog here.
The Fountainhead Focus recently took some time to check out our own HereComeHere‘s newest release, Chernobyl. “After starting with a much more pop-punk sound,” the blog commented, “the group (with a small lineup change) started to create something different – a more melodic, complex and even slightly darker sound.” The full article takes you track-by-track through the album, carefully studying each song. When discussing the album’s fifth track, “Sugarr”, the blog acknowledged a crucial factor about the bands progression. “Their songs have important lyrics,” noted Fountainhead, “lyrics that will stick in your head.” These lyrics, along with honing in on their sound, is what really sets this album apart from the band’s previous work. To get more analysis of the album, read the full review here!
HereComeHere recently sat down with Musical Notes Global to take them through their sophomore album, ‘Chernobyl’, track-by-track. The band talks everything from inspiration to the recording process. Read the full article here!
To buy a physical copy of ‘Chernobyl’ and to check out HereComeHere’s other work, visit their Bandcamp site.
HereComeHere has treated us to yet another single from their upcoming full-length! The track, “Crybaby”, premiered exclusively on Kill The Music. The 90s rap-rock inspired single is the second off the group’s album, Chernobyl, which will release on April 8th.