(New York, NY) Bleachers, two-time Grammy Award winning artist Jack Antonoff’s latest musical endeavor, announce spring 2015 headlining tour “Bleachers Come Alive!”. Bleachers embarked on “The Strange Desire World Tour” this past summer and continue to sell out audiences night after night. “Bleachers leaves no song unvarnished,” said The New York Times in their review of the sold out tour stop at New York’s Webster Hall.
Just a few weeks ago as one of this year’s VH1 “You Oughta Know” artists, Bleachers performed their #1 smash hit “I Wanna Get Better” along with a cover of Fleetwood Mac’s “Go Your Own Way” with Chvrches on VH1 You Oughta Know Live in Concert special. “Jack Antonoff was a true rock star. Shredding away on his guitar, the frontman and his Jersey-inspired electro project Bleachers closed the night on VH1's "You Oughta Know" Live in Concert, an 11-act medley of the year's most promising new artists,” exclaimed NJ.com.
Bleachers recently gave a special performance of “Rollercoaster”, the second single off Bleachers’ debut album “Strange Desire” on TBS’ Conan. The band ingeniously performed alongside mini-doppelganger versions of themselves. Critics from Rolling Stone, Billboard, Buzzfeed, Stereogum, Idolator and more were buzzing about the creative approach to the performance, “It was the perfect little twist to put on the already rambunctious, synth-driven power-pop anthem from Bleachers' debut LP, Strange Desire,” wrote Rolling Stone. The music video for “Rollercoaster” premiered earlier this month on Pitchfork (WATCH HERE) and in a short amount of time the song has leapt into the top 15 at alt radio and is rapidly climbing the charts. Additionally, “Rollercoaster” and Bleachers are featured in the first ever Chase | Apple Pay ad running nationwide now (WATCH HERE).
The “Bleachers Come Alive!” tour kicks off on March 4th in Vancouver, BC and wraps up in New York City on April 9th. Tickets go on sale this Friday December 5th at www.bleachersmusic.com.
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FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE – December 3, 2014 – Fresh off performances on The Today Show and Macy’s Thanksgiving Day Parade, vocal sensations Pentatonix have announced dates for their 2015 North American “On My Way Home” Tour. The tour takes its name from one of the group’s original songs off of their recent release PTX Vol. III and is set to kick off with 2 nights at Oakland, CA’s Fox Theater on February 25th and 26th. Tickets will be available for sale to the general public starting Friday, December 5th via http://ptxofficial.com/ with more dates to be announced soon.
Dominating the charts, Pentatonix’s That’s Christmas To Me has become the biggest holiday album of the season. The album is currently #2 on the Billboard 200 with over 227,000 total album equivalent units and marks a chart high for the group. They are also #1 on the Digital Albums Chart as well as #1 on the Holiday Album Chart for the 6th consecutive week. The album has sold over 405,000 albums in the US to date. That's Christmas To Me is currently #1 on Amazon’s CD and Digital Best Sellers list as well as Top 3 on iTunes Main Albums Chart. On Spotify, the album is currently in the Top 10 on the Spotify top album list in the US. Additionally, the album peaked at #1 on iTunes in over 10 countries including the US, Canada and Norway.
Their first holiday release PTXMAS (2013) continues at #5 Billboard’s Holiday Albums Chart causing for 2 albums in the Top 5 on the chart. PTXMAS also lands in the Top 10 on Amazon’s CD Best Sellers List and #2 on iTunes Holiday Chart.
Yesterday, PTX premiered the music video for “Dance of The Sugar Plum Fairy” the 6th music video in support of That's Christmas To Me. The group has also released, “White Winter Hymnal,” “Winter Wonderland / Don’t Worry Be Happy” ft. Tori Kelly, “Mary, Did You Know?”, “Silent Night” and their original song and title track, “That’s Christmas To Me”. All five videos have been viewed over 27 million times.