Mineappolis rockers The Right Here pay tribute to one of their favourite local venues in the new video for their single ‘Judge Me When I’m Sober’. The intimate and worn-in setting provides a great backdrop for the track, since the band come across like a hybrid of The Replacements and Gaslight Anthem, combined with the roughest edge of the much missed Uncle Tupelo.
Regarding the closure of the Triple Rock, the band issued this statement: “After we heard the news that the Triple Rock rock was closing its doors for good we immediately contacted filmmaker/director, Mike Bredon, to capture our last show there on film. Words cannot express what the Triple Rock meant to us and so many other people from Minneapolis and all over the world. This is our fourth time working with Mike Bredon and again he has blown us away with his amazing vision and talents. Oh, and it just so happened to be a Halloween show too! Thank you to everyone who made this video possible and to all our friends and family that came and rocked out with us. Also, a special thanks to Erik and Gretchen Funk and the Triple Rock staff for all the wonderful years of memories (or lack thereof) at the Triple Rock Social Club (1998 – 2017).“
The full video can be seen below. ‘Judge Me When I’m Sober’ is taken from the band’s 2016 release ‘Stick With The Plan’, which is out on Rum Bar Records.