We are happy to share the video for ‘Fumbled Keys and Dirty Words,’ the latest single by Minneapolis’ own The Right Here. The song is taken off the band's recently released ‘Northern Town’ (out now on Rum Bar Records), a record that is sure to capture the discerning attention of fans of The Replacements, The Gaslight Anthem, Lucero, John Prine, The Lawrence Arms, and Roger Miller.
“This song is about late nights, regrets, and lying to yourself about how it’ll never happen again,” says guitarist/vocalist Lewis Miller. “In this video, we make these themes more palatable by partying and going to a train museum. Enjoy!”
The Right Here has roots in in American twang, punk rock and offer the same Minneapolis grit exhibited by forefathers The Replacements and Husker Du. Forming in 2010, The Right Here have released two full-length albums and an acoustic/b-sides record on RumBar and Throwing Things Records.
'Northern Town' was recorded and mixed in 2019 and 2020 by Andy Mathison (Slow Death, Remo Drive) at Immortal Audio and Treespeak Studios in Minneapolis and Columbia Heights, Minnesota. The record was mastered by Jakob Braun (Little Teeth, Dollars for Deadbeats) and features artwork from Joe Maiocco (Benchmarks, Mathew Ryan). The album also features guest vocals from Cory Call (Arliss Nancy, Little Teeth), Micah Schnabel (Two Cow Garage), and of Todd Farrell (Benchmarks).