Bleachers has unveiled the video for the single, "I Wanna Get Better" this week. Bleachers is the new musical endeavor from musician Jack Antonoff of fun. "I Wanna Get Better", written and co-produced by Jack Antonoff and producer John Hill (MIA, Jay Z, Empire of the Sun), is the lead single off of Bleachers' debut album due out later this spring on RCA Records.
After only one month, "I Wanna Get Better" is the #1 Greatest Gainer and about to jump into the top 15* at Alt Radio. Quickly climbing the charts, the single has already been featured on the Spotify Top Viral Chart and has had 4 consecutive weeks of growth since its debut.
Following their highly anticipated live debut in Austin, TX and two sold out shows in Los Angeles and New York, Bleachers will kick off their summer festival dates at Governor's Ball in New York City.
June 6-8 Governor's Ball (New York)
June 19-22 Firefly Music Festival (Dover, Delaware)
July 5-6 Wireless Festival (United Kingdom)
July 10-12 Bilbao BBK Live Festival (Bilbao, Spain)
August 3 Lollapalooza (Chicago, IL)
From New Jersey, 29 year old Jack Antonoff has been in the music scene for over a decade. In 2002, with Jack as the lead singer, the success of New Jersey born indie rock band Steel Train was well underway. Steel Train's cult following lead them to make their national television debut on Late Night With Conan O'Brien and later appeared on Late Show With David Letterman. In 2008, Jack joined Nate Ruess and Andrew Dost to form the Grammy award winning fun..
In addition to being a multi-talented musician, Jack is a critically acclaimed songwriter and producer. His achievements include co-writing fun.'s Grammy award winning song "We Are Young" and Grammy nominated album Some Nights, and he received a Golden Globe nomination for his collaboration with Taylor Swift on her song "Sweeter Than Fiction."Jack has also worked with Sara Bareilles, co-writing her Grammy nominated hit "Brave", and Canadian Indie icons Tegan and Sara. Jack is set to release the debut album for Bleachers later this spring.