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Bleachers release incredibly fun tour video for ‘I Miss Those Days’

  • 1:51 pm Tuesday, October 24th, 2017 by Sam

One of my FAVORITE moments of the summer was the Bleachers show at Jannus Live. Jack Antonoff knows how to craft a truly fun and entertaining musical spectacle that’s a feast for both the eyes and ears. Their set is one you CANNOT MISS at Next Big Thing 2017.

You can go to a banana split party with Bleachers tomorrow at Jannus Live

  • 10:29 am Friday, September 15th, 2017 by Sam

Bleachers are coming to town this Saturday the 16th! We’ve got a few tickets left so we’re throwing them out all day!! Win them every hour from 11a-6p! 

We need to talk about the MTV VMAs

  • 12:12 pm Monday, August 28th, 2017 by Sam

From Jack Antonoff eating a banana to cutting off the Chester Bennington tribute to HORRIBLE Katy Perry jokes. We need to break it down.

Bleachers’ Jack Antonoff bringing his childhood bedroom on tour

  • 8:29 am Friday, May 19th, 2017 by Sam

Bleachers release their new album Gone Now June 2nd as well as kick off a tour tomorrow (5/20) and Jack Antonoff has decided to bring his childhood bedroom on tour.

Watch Bleachers ‘Don’t Take The Money’ Video, directed by Lena Dunham

  • 1:04 pm Tuesday, May 2nd, 2017 by Sam

This video is deliciously weird. Jack as a bejeweled Prince, Alia Shawkat an officiant, and the playful addressing of gender issues combine to make something both beautiful and confusing af.

Bleachers Release New Song “Don’t Take the Money” featuring Lorde

  • 1:17 pm Friday, March 31st, 2017 by Kyle Taylor

It would be difficult to sum up Jack Antonoff’s career, style, or legacy in a just one word. Most people don’t realize how much unique talent the quirky front man of Bleachers has up his sleeve. When he’s not writing and producing music for Bleachers, the New Jersey bread indie pop band, you can find him working with pop superstars like Taylor Swift, Zayn, and Lorde, or hanging out in his Brooklyn apartment/ studio lined with animal print wallpaper (to recreate his childhood bedroom), JFK memorabilia,1990’s baseball card collection, and anything Bruce Springsteen. The sense of isolation and hopelessness that growing up in the shadows of New York [More]