Bleachers today release their highly anticipated fourth studio album ‘Bleachers’ via Dirty Hit

Bleachers today release their highly anticipated fourth studio album ‘Bleachers’ via Dirty Hit

The new album is more conversational, outward-looking and even funny. It paints a more peaceful and, by Antonoff’s own admission, mature picture of love” – The Guardian


“‘Bleachers’ is a bold, upbeat record – all unexpected sax lines, thwacking snares and lyrics that are somehow both wry and surprisingly earnest”– British GQ


“It’s not merely the sound of ‘Bleachers’ that distinguishes the album but Antonoff’s newly expansive approach to writing for the band”– Los Angeles Times


“Jack Antonoff has almost single-handedly made modern pop into a glorious safe space, an expansive, sensitive, creative biosphere” – Rolling Stone



Bleachers today release their highly anticipated fourth studio album ‘Bleachers’ via Dirty Hit.


You can purchase and stream ‘Bleachers’ HERE.


The release of ‘Bleachers’ has been met with tremendous critical acclaim with DIY lauding the album as “nothing short of remarkable”Rolling Stone praising its “spiritual ecstasy that can only be attained through the platonic perfection of pop formula” and NME labeling the record as “a triumphant portrait of Antonoff’s talent and the band’s tight musical bond”.


There’s a rich depth to the band’s sound on ‘Bleachers’: it is laid out in bright, soulful technicolour. The album is frontman Antonoff’s distinctly New Jersey take on the bizarre sensory contradictions of modern life, on his position in culture, and on the things he cares about. Sonically, it’s sad, it’s joyful, it’s music for driving on the highway to, for crying to and for dancing to at weddings. There’s something reassuringly touchable and concrete about its sentiment: exist in crazy times but remember what counts. 


This week Bleachers announced details of their biggest headline show to date at Madison Square Garden, with the band set to bring their renowned live show to “the world’s most famous arena” in New York City on Friday 4th October. Fans can sign up now to access the Seated registration presale beginning on Wednesday 13th March at 10am local time. General onsale begins on Friday 15th March at 10am ET at


Bleachers will hit the road this month on their highly anticipated ‘From The Studio To The Stage’ tour, which will see the band play across the United Kingdom in March before a US leg in May and June, including the sixth edition of the band’s legendary Shadow Of The City festival in New Jersey. This will be the first opportunity for eager fans to see the band play live in support of their critically acclaimed new album. Limited tickets for remaining dates can be found at


Described as “anthemic, life affirming pop rock” by the New York Times, Bleachers are fronted by globally celebrated, eleven-time Grammy Award-winning singer, songwriter, musician, and producer, Jack Antonoff. Releasing their debut album ‘Strange Desire’ in 2014, the band have built a huge, passionate following across three studio albums, becoming renowned for their impressive live show and infectious camaraderie. The band’s last album, ‘Take the Sadness Out of Saturday Night’ took them to new heights, showcasing Antonoff’s immersive songwriting and, as Variety testified, his innate skill at “supersizing personal stories into larger-than-life pop anthems”


Both with Bleachers and as a songwriter and producer, Antonoff, who, in 2021, was credited by the BBC for having “redefined pop music”, has collaborated with the likes of Taylor Swift, Lana Del Rey, The 1975, Diana Ross, Lorde, St. Vincent, Florence + The Machine, Kevin Abstract and many more. In February 2024 Antonoff won Producer of the Year (Non-Classical) at the 66th Annual Grammy Awards for an incredible third consecutive year, becoming only the second producer in history to win three years running. 


Bleachers 2024 Tour Dates:


Tues 19/03/24 – London, UK – O2 Forum Kentish Town – Sold Out

Wed 20/03/24 – London, UK  – O2 Forum Kentish Town – Sold Out

Fri 22/03/24 – Manchester, UK – O2 Ritz – Sold Out

Sat 23/03/24 – Birmingham, UK – O2 Institute – Sold Out

Mon 25/03/24 – Glasgow, UK – Barrowland Ballroom – Sold Out

Wed 27/03/24 – Kingston, UK  Pryzm – Sold Out (Early show)

Wed 27/03/24 – Kingston, UK  Pryzm – Sold Out


Sat 04/13/24 – Indio, CA – Coachella Music & Arts Festival – Sold Out

Sat 04/20/24 – Indio, CA – Coachella Music & Arts Festival


Sat 05/18/24 – Salt Lake City, UT – The Great Saltair

Mon 05/20/24 – Morrison, CO  – Red Rocks Amphitheater – Sold Out

Wed 05/22/24 – Omaha, NE – Steelhouse Omaha

Thu 05/23/24 – Kansas City, MO – Grinders KC – Sold Out

Sat 05/25/24 – Chicago, IL – The Salt Shed – Sold Out

Sun 05/26/24 – Madison, WI – The Sylvee – Sold Out

Tue 05/28/24 – Nashville, TN – Ryman Auditorium – Sold Out

Wed 05/29/24 – Nashville, TN – Ryman Auditorium – Sold Out

Fri 05/31/24 – Austin, TX – Moody Amphitheater


Sat 06/01/24 – Houston, TX – White Oak Music Hall Lawn

Sun 06/02/24 – Dallas, TX – South Side Ballroom

Tue 06/04/24 – Columbus, OH – KEMBA Live!

Wed 06/05/24 – Pittsburgh, PA – Stage AE

Fri 06/07/24 – New Haven, CT – Westville Music Bowl

Sat 06/08/24 – Lafayette, NY – Beak and Skiff – Sold Out

Mon 06/10/24 – Boston, MA – MGM Music Hall at Fenway – Sold Out

Wed 06/12/24 – Philadelphia, PA – The Met – Sold Out

Fri 06/14/24 – Washington, DC – The Anthem – Sold Out

Sat 06/15/24 – Asbury Park, NJ – Shadow Of The City Festival*  – Sold Out

*without Samia


Sat 07/13/24 – Seattle, WA – Day In Day Out Festival


Sat 08/17/24 & Sun 08/17/24 – Tokyo & Osaka, Japan – Summer Sonic Festival


Sat 24/08/24 – Reading, UK – Reading Festival

Sun 25/08/24 – Leeds, UK – Leeds Festival


Fri 10/04/24 – New York, NY – Madison Square Garden


‘Bleachers’ Tracklist:


1. I Am Right On Time

2. Modern Girl 

3. Jesus Is Dead 

4. Me Before You 

5. Alma Mater 

6. Tiny Moves 

7. Isimo 

8. Woke Up Today

9. Self Respect  

10. Hey Joe

11. Call Me After Midnight 

12. We’re Gonna Know Each Other Forever 

13. Ordinary Heaven

14. The Waiter 


 ‘Bleachers’ Artwork – [Photo credit: Alex Lockett]