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Bleachers Release New Track ‘How Dare You Want More’ Along With Live Performance Video

Bleachers Release New Track ‘How Dare You Want More’ Along With Live Performance Video

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Bleachers have released their new track “How Dare You Want More” along with a live performance video of the song. Bleachers debuted this track last month during their performance on NBC’s The Tonight Show Starring Jimmy Fallon where they were the first full band to perform in the studio in over a year.

Bleachers’ Jack Antonoff says, “over the past few years i found out things about my family that challenged some of the myths of our structure. ive felt rage, fear, darkness etc around it, but at the end of the day what i am left with is that everybody wants a little more and going out there and trying to get it is something that can produce a lot of shame in people. so … how dare you want more? how dare you go out and get what you want? how do you ask for it when you’re not sure if you even deserve it? its an easy song to write about the people in my life and the hardest thing to do to oneself.

this one is the band on fire. testing the boundaries of how close we can get to the edge without falling off. this recording could not have happened with any other group of people and its the direct sound of all the time we’ve spent on the road and how we’ve learned to know what each other is going to do. the band is carrying me through.”

In May Bleachers’ released their new single “Stop Making This Hurt” along with the music video, directed by Carlotta Kohl. Bleachers third LP Take the Sadness Out of Saturday Night will be released July 30, 2021, via RCA Records. Pre-order here.

Additionally, it was announced that Bleachers will be hitting the road this fall on their “Take the Sadness Out of Saturday Night” headline tour. Tickets are available here.

See Also

Take the Sadness Out of Saturday Night Tracklist:

  1. “91”
  2. “Chinatown” (feat. Bruce Springsteen)
  3. “How Dare You Want More”
  4. “Big Life”
  5. “Secret Life”
  6. “Stop Making This Hurt”
  7. “Don’t Go Dark”
  8. “45”
  9. “Strange Behavior”
  10. “What’d I Do with All This Faith?”

Bleachers ‘Take the Sadness Out of Saturday Night’Fall 2021 Tour Dates

DateCityVenue
September 11, 2021 SatAsbury Park, NJShadow of the City
September 12, 2021 SunNew York, NYThe Rooftop at Pier 17
September 13, 2021 MonPittsburgh, PAStage AE
September 15, 2021 WedColumbus, OHExpress Live
September 17, 2021 FriMilwaukee, WISummerfest
September 18, 2021 SatNewport, KYOvation
September 22, 2021 WedBoston, MALeader Bank Pavilion
September 23, 2021 ThuPhiladelphia, PASkyline Stage at Mann
September 24, 2021 FriWashington, DCAnthem
September 25, 2021 SatNew York, NYGov Ball
September 28, 2021 TueBirmingham, ALAvondale Brewery Company
September 29, 2021 WedTampa, FLJannus Live
October 3, 2021 SunNew Orleans, LAFillmore
October 5, 2021 TueHouston, TXHouse of Blues
October 6, 2021 WedDallas, TXHouse of Blues
October 11, 2021 MonPhoenix, AZThe Van Buren
October 13, 2021 WedSan Diego, CAHumphrey’s
October 15, 2021 FriLos Angeles, CAHollywood Palladium
October 16, 2021 SatSan Francisco, CAThe Masonic
October 19, 2021 TueSeattle, WAShowbox SODO
October 20, 2021 WedPortland, ORCrystal Ballroom
October 22, 2021 FriSalt Lake City, UTThe Union Event Center
October 23, 2021 SatDenver, COThe Mission Ballroom
October 24, 2021 SunKansas City, MOUptown
October 26, 2021 TueMinneapolis, MNFillmore
October 27, 2021 WedMadison, WISylvee
October 28, 2021 ThuChicago, ILAragon Ballroom
October 30, 2021 SatIndianapolis, INEgyptian Room at Old National Centre
October 31, 2021 SunDetroit, MIFillmore
November 2, 2021 TueSt. Louis, MOThe Factory
November 3, 2021WedCleveland, OHHouse of Blues
November 4, 2021 ThuGrand Rapids, MI20 Monroe Live
November 6, 2021 SatHarrisburg, PAHarrisburg University
November 7, 2021 SunToronto, ONHistory
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