Jack Antonoff Makes a Lot of Music and None of It Is Good

The prolific songwriter and producer's new band Red Hearse is a reminder that most of his music is boring in the same way.
Josh Terry
New music

Here's "Venice Bitch" from Lana Del Rey's New LP, 'Norman Fucking Rockwell'

Lizzy Grant's second Jack Antonoff collaboration in as many weeks is a ten-minute-long song from her now-confirmed sixth studio album.
Alex Robert Ross
Internet Videos Of Particular Importance

Watch Lorde and Jack Antonoff Cover St. Vincent’s “New York” in New York

Lorde keeps pulling out beautiful covers every damn night, and Brooklyn's cover was a real special one.
Shaad D’Souza
Internet Videos Of Particular Importance

Try Not To Cry at the Wholesomeness of Lorde Covering Paul Simon

She was joined by Jack Antonoff for a rendition of 'Me and Julio Down by the Schoolyard' at Outside Lands festival.
Lauren O'Neill
Expert Witness with Robert Christgau

Robert Christgau on Lorde, Amber Coffman, and Bleachers

The dean on some of this spring's biggest pop releases.
Robert Christgau
First Dates

I Went on a First Date with Jack Antonoff and It Got Deep

Sharing a ridiculous ice cream sundae with New Jersey's pop mastermind.
Lauren O'Neill
Noisey News

Bleachers Finds Euphoric Nostalgia on “I Miss Those Days”

The fourth track from the upcoming 'Gone Now' keeps the horns at the front and doesn't back off from Jack Antonoff's rapturous production.
Alex Robert Ross
Noisey News

Bleachers Celebrates the Pain on the Stunning “Everybody Lost Somebody”

It's the latest single from his third album, 'Gone Now,' out June 2.
Alex Robert Ross
Internet Videos Of Particular Importance

Bleachers' Jack Antonoff is a Jilted Groom in a New Video for "Don't Take the Money"

It's a Wes Anderson-esque trip by way of Lena Dunham.
Lauren O'Neill
New music

Bleachers Return With Joyously Tormented New Song "Hate That You Know Me," Featuring Carly Rae Jepsen

Also, listen to Jack Antonoff talk about the band's new album 'Gone Now' with Zane Lowe.
Phil Witmer
rugged boring masculinity

The Firmly Mediocre: Revisiting John Grisham's Sports Novels

John Grisham writes bestselling books, which is widely known. He's also written three forgettable, mostly forgotten bestselling SPORTS books. Sadly, we read them.
Pete Croatto
Holy Shit

Listen to Charli XCX, Carly Rae Jepsen, Tinashe and More Cover Bleachers

Sia, Sara Bareillis, MØ, and much more give the album a new range of voices.
John Hill