Cincinnati’s HereComeHere are kicking off the week with the release of their sophomore full-length, ‘Chernobyl‘, which follows two EPs and their debut full-length, Pants Were A Bad Idea. The band celebrated with an album release show over the weekend, and a takeover on Musical Notes Global’sInstagram, documenting all the night’s best shenanigans, performances, and of course, the very special release of an album the band calls “a record that’s meant to be listened to in it’s entirety from beginning to end.”
“The album tells a story, filled with passion, destruction, resurrection, love, death, and every aspect in between,” explains Bryce Hoglund (bass/vocals). “Everyone knows the word Chernobyl, even if they don’t know the story of the disaster at Prypyat the word itself still resonates with them. That’s the motif that surrounds the album.”
One part hard hitting rock, one part alternative rock, with just a dash of crowd-pleasing pop is blended perfectly in this 4-piece group and their latest release. Tom Bodner (Lead Vocals/Guitar) Josh Smith (Lead Guitar), Bryce Hogland (Vocals/Bass Guitar) and Tyler Abbatiello (Percussion/Drums), are all skilled musicians in their own right. This, along with a wide range of musical backgrounds and influences, is what lead them to finding their singular sound that breaks genre barriers.
Back in 2015, the band came out on top at the Madison Theater Band Challenge, beating out over 80 bands in the Cincinnati area. That same year, HereComeHere headlined the America’s Next stage at the2015 WEBN Fireworks, presented by Western & Southern, where over 500,000 were in attendance. The group shows no signs of slowing down, either. With chart topping hits on sites such as CincyMusic.com, and having their tracks hit the airwaves, both locally and nationally, on stations such as Cincinnati’s Project 106.3, 96 WEBN, Class X Radio, and WNKU, HereComeHere is making a name for themselves, and it’s one you won’t forget.