In anticipation of Chernobyl, HereComeHere's second full-length album, the band is sharing their single 'I Don't Get It' via CincyMusic. The song chronicles the internal dialogue we all have as we realize a relationship is turning south. Often times, others want to write that story for you, and place you in a role you didn't chose. "I Don't Get It" is about taking a stand and reclaiming that role for yourself. It's a breakup anthem just rowdy enough to get you back on your feet.
“This was the first song we wrote for the new album, and to me feels like a very complete song," explains guitarist Josh Smith. "We performed it live long before we entered the studio and got a tremendous positive reaction from our fans. Lyrically, it was inspired by several less-than-fruitful relationships the band was involved in and how life seems to play a cruel joke on you that everyone else seems to be in on – the frustration of those manifested into the attitude of this song. The song carries so much focus and energy that it really helped us move past everything we felt was holding us back and push forward; musically, personally, and professionally.”
Chernobyl, set to release April 8th, will join HereComeHere's already substantial repertoire of two EPs and their debut full-length Pants Were A Bad Idea.
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