Here Come Here

Here Come Here

Hailing from Cincinnati, OH, HereComeHere blends high-energy hard rock, alternative rock, and a taste of pop for an upbeat vibe that provides the kind of pop sensibilities that will have their choruses stuck in your head for days. Comprised of four musicians from varying backgrounds and musical influences, HereComeHere is made up of Tom Bodner (Lead Vocals/Guitar) Josh Smith (Lead Guitar), Bryce Hogland (Vocals/Bass Guitar) and Tyler Abbatiello (Percussion/Drums).

Having been featured on local and nationally owned radio stations such as Cincinnati’s Project 106.3, 96 Rock, WEBN, Class X Radio, WNKU and at the top of the charts on regionally noteworthy sites as, it’s no surprise that HereComeHere have a slew of accomplishments under their belt, including the 2015 Madison Theater Band Challenge, where they placed first out of over 80 bands in the Greater Cincinnati area. In addition, they’ve performed at many regional events, including headlining the America’s Next stage at the 2015 WEBN Fireworks presented by Western & Southern – an event attended by nearly 500,000 people annually. HereComeHere has also shared the stage with national touring artists, most recently Trapt and Tantric in August of 2016.

The band recently released their sophomore full-length, Chernobyl, on April 9th, 2017. Chernobyl follows their debut full-length, Pants Were A Bad Idea, along with two previous EPs.

For fans of: Deftones, Incubus, Chevelle

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