Jack & Jack Drop New Song ‘Right Here with You’

Inspired by Jack Gilinsky’s Relationship, Jack & Jack Drop New Song ‘Right Here with You’

The track is inspired by Jack Galinsky’s relationship ahead of the birth of his first child.

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Jack & Jack Drop New Song ‘Right Here with You’

Pop musical phenomenon Jack & Jack dropped a new song ‘Right Here With You’ on September 10, 2022, in Los Angeles, CA.

The track was written by the duo, drawing inspiration from member Jack Gilinsky’s relationship with model Geneva Natalia, ahead of the birth of their first baby, due next month.

The lighthearted accompanying video was filmed alongside some of their closest friends and family at the couple’s baby shower.

Last month, Jack & Jack returned after a 3-year hiatus with their current single, ‘Runaway.’ The track, created by the duo alongside singer-songwriter Mikey Ferrari and production duo Dream Addix, was written on an acoustic guitar last year after they lost a friend to drug addiction.

After seeing so many people they know the struggle, the duo wanted to return to music with a track that their fan base could relate to. Upon release, ‘Runaway’ was added to several Spotify playlists, including New Music Friday (US, Global, Sweden, Gulf, Norway, etc.), Pop Right Now, soda (#1 position), Ny Pop, and Singled Out.

The music video for ‘Runaway,’ directed by Austin “Salty” Simkins, shows the struggle of a girl, played by director and actress Keana Issartel (As The Tide Comes In, Dash & Lily), who loses her best friend to addiction, played by actress Saxon Sharbino (Poltergeist, American Vandal), and is dealt to deal with the aftermath.

The video had its broadcast premiere on MTV Live, MTVU, MTV Biggest Pop, and on the Paramount Times Square Billboards and received VEVO playlisting as well, on Incoming Pop, Pop-Teen!

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