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Bleachers Release New Track “Everybody Lost Somebody”; Sophomore Album “Gone Now” Out On June 2nd, 2017; Performing On “Good Morning America’s Summer Concert Series” On Friday, August 11th, 2017

(Los Angeles, CA)—Today, Bleachers release new track “Everybody Lost Somebody” off of their highly anticipated sophomore album Gone Now, which is set for release on June 2nd 2017 via RCA Records, and available for pre-order now.  Previously released tracks “Don’t Take The Money”, and “Hate That You Know Me”, along with “Everybody Lost Somebody” will be available as instant-grat upon album pre-order.  “Everybody Lost Somebody” is available now at all digital retail providers. Click HERE to listen.

Earlier this week, it was announced that Bleachers will be performing on Good Morning America’s Summer Concert Series on Friday, August 11th on ABC. For more information on how to attend, click HERE.

Recently, Bleachers released the music video for their single “Don’t Take The Money”. The video, directed by Lena Dunham, perfectly captures the explosively dynamic, heart-pounding track. TIME called the video a “gripping visual narrative” and Variety said, “Visuals for ‘Don’t Take The Money’ are just as colorful and bright as the accompanying audio”. Click HERE to watch.

Bleachers will be embarking on a North American headlining tour this spring.  The tour kicked off with Shows in New York City on Tuesday, April 25th and Los Angeles on Thursday, April 27th and will be making stops in a number of cities including Atlanta, Philadelphia, Salt Lake City, and Detroit.  Tickets are on sale now and can be purchased HERE.  See full list of tour dates below.

Tour Dates

SUN 5/14 Shaky Knees Festival Atlanta, GA  
SAT 5/20 WKQX PiQniQ @ Hollywood Casino Amphitheatre Tinley Park, IL  
SUN 5/21 Slowdown Omaha, NE  
TUE 5/23 Rawkus Colorado Springs, CO  
WED 5/24 X96 Spring Thing @ Gallivan Center Salt Lake City, UT  
SAT 5/27 Sasquatch Festival George, WA  
FRI 6/2 Governor’s Ball New York, NY  
SUN 6/11 Radio 104.5 Birthday Celebration at BB&T Pavilion Philadelphia, PA  
TUE 6/13 The National Richmond, VA w/ MUNA  
WED 6/14 The Underground Charlotte, NC w/ MUNA  
FRI 6/16 Express Live! Columbus, OH w/ MisterWives & MUNA
SUN 6/18 Firefly Music Festival Dover, DE  
TUE 6/20 The Sinclair Cambridge, MA w/ MUNA  
WED 6/21 Anthology Rochester, NY w/ MUNA  
FRI 6/23 Rams Head Live! Baltimore, MD w/ MUNA  
SUN 6/25 St. Andrews Hall Detroit, MI  
TUE 6/27 Deluxe @ Old National Center Indianapolis, IN w/ MUNA  
WED 6/28 Delmar Hall St. Louis, M O w/ MUNA  
FRI 6/30 Kansas City Live! Kansas City, MO w/ MUNA  

About Jack Antonoff

Jack Antonoff is a three-time Grammy®Award-winning singer, songwriter, musician, and producer, as well as the creative force behind Bleachers. After serving as lead guitarist in multi-platinum band fun., Antonoff launched his solo project Bleachers in 2014 with the critically acclaimed debut album Strange Desire. The album found him setting emotional meditations on anxiety, depression, and loss against a backdrop of earworm melodies and massive choruses on songs like the gold-certified “I Wanna Get Better” (which topped Billboard’s Alternative chart) and the #3 Alternative radio hit “Rollercoaster.” Antonoff toured the world for a year and a half in support of Strange Desire, building a cult fan base for his cathartic, suburban influenced anthems. Antonoff is currently gearing up to release Bleachers’ second album on RCA Records. The first single, “Don’t Take The Money,” is out now.

In addition to his work with Bleachers, Antonoff is an in-demand songwriter and producer for other artists, including Taylor Swift (he co-wrote and co-produced three songs on Swift’s Grammy®-winning album 1989 including out of the woods), Sara Bareilles (co-writing her Grammy®-nominated hit “Brave”), Zayn (co-writing and producing his No. 2 Hot 100 hit “I Don’t Wanna Live Forever”), Sia, Tegan & Sara, Carly Rae Jepsen, Troye Sivan, Grimes, and, most recently Lorde, having co-written and co-produced her new single “Green Light” and her highly anticipated new album, Melodrama. 

Antonoff also founded and curated the annual “Shadow of the City” music festival, which takes place in Antonoff’s home state of New Jersey in the parking lot of the Asbury Park Stone Pony. In addition, this year Simon & Schuster will publish Antonoff’s first book, Record Store — a heavily illustrated anthology of essays, interviews, photographs, and ephemera that will pay tribute to the cherished and endangered cultural institution.

Antonoff is also a passionate advocate for Planned Parenthood and LGBTQ rights, having recently collected signatures from 142 high-profile artists, writers, and creators to deliver a message to legislators in Texas considering anti-LGBTQ laws. He is a co-founder of The Ally Coalition (TAC), which encourages allies of the LGBTQ community to take action for LGBTQ equality and support its causes. TAC has raised hundreds of thousands of dollars over the last few years for local LGBTQ homeless shelters around the US.

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