Finger Eleven releases ‘Together Right’ video

Song is available on forthcoming Greatest Hits album

Multi-Platinum-selling rockers Finger Eleven have shared the official music video for their latest single, “Together Right,” off the forthcoming collection of hit singles from Craft Recordings. Spanning over two decades, Greatest Hits highlights the group’s diverse range with fan favorites, including multi-Platinum hit “Paralyzer” and Juno-nominated “One Thing,” plus chart-toppers like “Falling On” and “Living in a Dream.” As a bonus, the 12-track set also offers a previously-unreleased cover of Pink Floyd’s “Welcome to the Machine” (a longtime live staple) as well as “Together Right.”

The song’s accompanying video opens in a factory, as uniformly-dressed workers move like cogs in a machine. But it soon becomes clear that not everyone is happy in their monotonous existence. “The video takes place in a world where everything is the same,” explains lead guitarist James Black. “Efficiency and conformity are mistaken for unity. But real connection, between two people, is WAY more powerful than people idly following a routine.”

“‘Together Right’ is about unity,” explains frontman Scott Anderson. “It’s about the bonds between people and how far that bond can extend before it’s broken. The song has an optimistic-sounding chorus but it’s really a desperate plea from one party to another asking please stick around, let’s go down with this ship together.” Recorded in Toronto last year with drummer/producer Steve Molella, the song packs a punch with anthemic guitar-driven hooks and high-energy handclaps.

Greatest Hits arrives on CD and digitally June 16th, while the vinyl edition, the band’s first-ever vinyl release, will follow on August 25th. A limited edition blue smoke pressing will be available exclusively via the band’s website, and indie record stores will carry an exclusive yellow marble variant. Meanwhile, fans can pick up a collectible version of the CD featuring unique packaging at Walmart, along with a Walmart-exclusive purple smoke LP.

In addition, the compilation also includes “Slow Chemical” – a 2002 cover and remix of wrestler Kane’s entrance theme. The song was played during Kane’s appearances on WrestleMania, as well as in the video game WWE Smackdown vs. Raw 2008 and the 2004 Marvel film, The Punisher. The album also features a previously-unreleased cover of Pink Floyd’s 1975 song, “Welcome to the Machine.”

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