Bleachers announces ‘Strangers Desire’ for July 15th

Bleachers will release debut album Strangers Desire on July 15th on RCA Records. The highly anticipated album was written and produced by Grammy Award winning musician Jack Antonoff with co-producer John Hill (MIA, Jay Z, Empire of the Sun) as well as Vince Clarke (Depeche Mode, Yaz, Erasure) and others.

“It’s the 2 words that perfectly title what this Bleachers album is as a documentation of my life as I can remember it at this point,” Antonoff wrote Wednesday afternoon in the Craigslist ad he posted announcing the album title and release date.

Bleachers first single “I Wanna Get Better” has already streamed over 1.5 million times, was deemed “the song of the summer in February” by the Huffington Post and quickly skyrocketed into the top 10 at Alt radio. Coming off the success of the breakthrough single, Bleachers recently premiered “Shadow” on Pigeons & Planes which is now available on all digital providers.

Since the Bleachers launch in February critics have been nothing but excited and eager to hear more. Rolling Stone exclaimed “We’ll be shocked if it’s not all over the radio by spring”, TIME raved “…it’s exciting to imagine what else Antonoff has up his sleeve” and Hilly Dilly proclaimed “…this is the kind of music that can’t get big enough.”

Tour Dates

June 8 Governor’s Ball (New York)
June 19-22 Firefly Music Festival (Dover, Delaware)
June 25 Glastonbury Festival (Pilton, UK)
June 27 Summerfest (Milwaukee, WI)
July 5-6 Wireless Festival (United Kingdom)
August 1 Osheaga Festival (Montreal, QC)
August 3 Lollapalooza (Chicago, IL)
August 8 Outside Lands Music Festival (San Francisco, CA)
September 5 Boston Calling Music Festival (Boston, MA)
September 6 Boston City Hall Plaza (Boston, MA)
September 7 City Hall Plaza (Boston MA)
October 3 ACL Music Festival (Austin, TX)
October 10 ACL Music Festival (Austin, TX)

Author: Buddy Iahn

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