Bleachers is an American indie act based in New York City. It is the official stage name of songwriter and record producer Jack Antonoff. Bleachers' music is heavily influenced by the '70s, late '80s, early '90s and the high school-based films of John Hughes while still using modern production techniques. Live Band Members, Jack Antonoff – lead vocals, guitar, keyboards, synthesizers, samples Evan Smith – keyboards, synthesizers, saxophone, vocals Mikey Hart – bass, guitar, keyboards, synthesizers, piano, vocals Sean Hutchinson – drums, sampling pad, synthesizers, backing vocals Mike Riddleberger – drums, sampling pad, backing vocals Bleachers' debut album Strange Desire was released July 10, 2014, from RCA Records. Variance Magazine called the single "Rollercoaster" a "brilliant summer anthem." Bleachers went on their debut Come Alive! tour, which features Night Terrors of 1927 and Joywave as opening acts, from March to April 2015. From there, they went on the Strange Desire World Tour from July to November of that same year. They juggled this with the Charli and Jack Do America Tour, a tour co-headlined by Bleachers and Charli XCX. Bleachers' second album Gone Now was released June 2, 2017. Its lead single "Don't Take the Money" has been described by Atwood Magazine as "an epic uplifting pop-rock anthem ultimately about how when love is real, its worth everything that comes along with it". In celebration of the album release, he brought his childhood bedroom o...

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