Bleachers Give Away Female-Fronted 'Terrible Thrills Vol. 2' Album for FreeBleachers are re-releasing the 'Strange Desire' album, but this time features female singers.
Charli XCX Cancels Remaining Tour Dates with BleachersBad news for Charli XCX fans: the pop star has canceled the remaining leg of her “Charli and Jack Do America Tour” for this coming fall.
Bleachers, Charli XCX Add More Joint Tour DatesThey'll now be performing together in September and October.
Watch Bleachers Cover Kanye West's 'Only One'Bleachers' Jack Antonoff originally did the song earlier this year, but now it has a studio cover.
Charli XCX, Bleachers Announce Co-Headlining TourThe tour kicks off July 21 and the first leg ends in August.
fun. Isn't Breaking Up, They're Just Not 'Inspired' to Work Together Right NowDon't believe the rumors. That's at least what the three members of fun.—Andrew Dost, Nate Ruess and Jack Antonoff—are saying in a new message to fans.
Lena Dunham Engaged? Not Until Gay Marriage Is Legal in Every StateLooks like church bells won’t be ringing just yet for 'Girls' creator Lena Dunham and her boyfriend of 2-1/2 years, Jack Antonoff. Here's why.
Charli XCX, Bleachers Cover Each Other in New Ad: WatchThe pair tap into a very '80s vibe in the mash-up track where they cover each others' songs.
First Times: Jack AntonoffThis time around we’re talking with Jack Antonoff about the first time he met Taylor Swift, the first award he ever won and his first celebrity crush.
Listen to Bleachers and Grimes Team Up on 'Take Me Away'Strange Desire, the upcoming debut album from Bleachers – the solo project of fun.'s Jack Antonoff – features two impressive guest spots in Grimes and Yoko Ono.
Bleachers Reveal New Song 'Rollercoaster,' Album Tracklist & World Tour DatesWith Bleachers' latest single, "Rollercoaster" Jack Antonoff was looking to channel his inner-Springsteen.
With Bleachers Debut 'Strange Desire,' Jack Antonoff Tackles Love, Loss & High SchoolThe ability to make you either weep or dance, maybe even experience the two simultaneously, was what the fun. guitarist was going for with his song, "I Wanna Get Better," the debut single off his upcoming release under the name Bleachers.