Bleachers have shared the new song, “Alfie’s Song (Not So Typical Love Song).” The song comes from the soundtrack to the upcoming film, Love, Simon.
Lena Dunham and Jack Antonoff have decided to separate:
The actress took to Instagram Tuesday (Jan 5) to share an inspirational quote about new beginnings. The blue text against a soft pink background reads, “Starting over is the beautiful moment where you choose to love yourself.”
Jack Antonoff was profiled by Entertainment Weekly:
No artist shaped the sound of pop music in 2017 more than Jack Antonoff — if only because Jack Antonoff practically was the sound of pop music in 2017. Whether he was putting out music with his solo project, Bleachers, or writing with artists such as Taylor Swift, Lorde, and St. Vincent, the prolific producer was all over your favorite records this year.
Melinda Newman, writing for Billboard:
Grammy album of the year nominee Lorde, Kacey Musgraves, Bleachers, Shamir, Matt Berninger and Aaron Dessner of The National and Britt Daniel and Alex Fischel of Spoon have all signed on for The Ally Coalition’s 4th annual Talent Show, to take place Jan. 24 at New York’s Town Hall.
Bleachers’ Jack Antonoff will curate the Grammy week event, which will also feature comedians Aparna Nancherla and Phoebe Robinson, with more artists to be named.
Bleachers performed “I Miss Those Days” on Colbert last night.
Jack Antonoff of Bleachers talked about his collaboration process on TRL.
Bleachers performed a stripped down version of “All My Heroes” for Moog Sound Lab.
Bleachers’ MTV Unplugged session is now up on Spotify and Apple Music.
MTV have posted up more of Bleachers’ “Unplugged” performance on YouTube.
Stereogum have a new feature on Jack Antonoff of Bleachers and his Shadow Of The City festival:
Plenty of festivals claim idiosyncrasy and don’t offer it at all. At Shadow Of The City, you truly feel like you’re at one guy’s event, from seeing his family mill around the festival grounds to those grounds’ intentional proximity to Jersey lore. (Throughout the day, you can escape the sun by going inside the Stone Pony and chilling at its dive bar corner or squinting up at the guitars lining the wall from past performers.) Antonoff’s drawing on experience here, not just from a youth spent in Jersey but from years of the touring grind and playing festivals. There’s an over-saturation in that world, a sameness. And though Shadow Of The City isn’t intended to grow beyond its specific boundaries, to some extent it feels like an antidote to all the rest of it. “The whole point was, what are other festivals doing and let’s do the opposite,” he explains.
Bleachers performed on MTV Unplugged last night. Lorde and Carly Rae Jepsen stopped by for a performance of “Hate That You Know Me.”
Tegan and Sara have announced the track listing of artists that covered songs on The Con for its 10 year anniversary release. It’s full of some fantastic artists like Hayley Williams, Bleachers, MUNA, PVRIS, and Ryan Adams. See the full list below.
Bleachers performed three songs for NPR’s Tiny Desk Concert series. You can watch the video below.
Bleachers recorded an MTV Unplugged session a few months ago. It will air on September 15th.
Bleachers’ new mini-documentary, Can’t Take it With You, is up on Apple Music.
Bleachers performed “Don’t Take the Money” on Seth Meyers last night.
Bleachers have announced some more tour dates.
Bleachers’ Jack Antonoff walks viewers through how he created “Goodmorning.”
Jack Antonoff’s festival, Shadow of the City, will return to Asbury Park on September 10th. Bleachers, Brian Fallon, Tove Stryke, and more will be playing. Tickets go on sale this Friday.