Iration Shares ‘Right Here Right Now’ Video: Exclusive Premiere
By Scott Bernstein Jun 11, 2020 • 9:48 am PDT
Iration recently released “Right Here Right Now” featuring Rebelution‘s Eric Rachmany and Stick Figure, the lead single off the band’s forthcoming Coastin’ studio album. JamBase is pleased to premiere the video for the track that the band put together, which celebrates and shows appreciation for those on the frontlines of the coronavirus COVID-19 pandemic.
Coastin’ is due out on July 10 via Three Prong Records and contains 13 tracks that promote positivity and good vibes. The LP also has a theme of focusing on the present, which is at the heart of “Right Here Right Now.” The band describes their new single as, “a song that celebrates living in the moment. We wanted to give everybody an anthem, and who better to enlist than our friends Eric Rachmany from Rebelution and Stick Figure? Our new album Coastin’ is a record about being thankful for the moments that we have and this song really focuses on that. It’s such a timely message, so let’s all celebrate self-reflection and live in the present.”
The “Right Here Right Now” video mixes photos submitted by fans with footage of first responders, essential workers and everyday people helping during the pandemic. Iration were filmed in Santa Barbara, Los Angeles and Hawaii, while Rachmany was filmed in Guam and Stick Figure in Los Angeles. Read a statement from Iration about the video:
We made this video to honor those who have stepped up and gone above and beyond during the last few months to ensure the health, safety, and prosperity of their communities. In times of global uncertainty and civil unrest, we all must realize that we are stronger together, and that starts in our own communities. Regardless of your beliefs, everyone eventually needs a helping hand, a shoulder to lean on, a compassionate ear to listen, or a voice of reason to guide us along our way. Thank you to everyone out there who is striving to be part of the solution, Right Here and Right Now.
Watch the “Right Here Right Now” video below: