Reggae-influenced alternative rock band Iration dropped your new summer anthem today, “Right Here Right Now.” Featuring their friends and fellow scene heavyweights Eric Rachmany from Rebelution and Stick Figure, this reggae-leaning jam is an uplifting celebration of life, and just a taste of what’s to come on their new album Coastin’, coming July 10. As the band shared, it’s “a song that celebrates living in the moment…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 celebrate self-reflection and live in the present.” Who couldn’t use some uplifting and positive music right now?
Check out “Right Here Right Now” here:
Coastin’ will mark the seventh full-length studio album from the Hawaiian-bred, California-based quintet. Iration is known for their hybrid style of music that blends rock, reggae and pop. The band enlisted an impressive team to produce and engineer the upcoming 13-song collection, whose credits range from Justin Timberlake, Eminem and Fleetwood Mac to Imagine Dragons, Cold War Kids, Lupe Fiasco and The Killers, as well as additional guest appearances from Common Kings and Eli-Mac. We certainly can’t wait to hear it!
Since their formation over 15 years ago, Iration has racked up more than 1 billion total streams with their previous albums peaking at #1 or #2 on Billboard’s Reggae Albums Chart. Their music has also been featured on alternative rock radio stations across the country, including The World Famous KROQ in Los Angeles. The touring juggernauts have been selling out headlining shows for the past decade, including a massive amphitheater tour last summer, performed at Lollapalooza, Hangout, SXSW, Outside Lands, BottleRock and Life Is Beautiful, and have toured and appeared alongside Slightly Stoopid, Rebelution, Sublime With Rome, UB40, Dirty Heads and so many more.
Pre-order Coastin’ now here – you get “Right Here Right Now” and the band’s 2019 single “Chill Out” as instant downloads. We know what we’ll be listening to this weekend and all summer.
For more information on Iration, visit www.irationmusic.com.