Bleachers, “Me Before You.” Cover photography by Alex Lockett.

Bleachers have released the latest single from their self-titled album, coming on March 8th from Dirty Hit. The fourth single from their fourth album, ‘Me Before You,’ follows previous singles ‘Modern Girl,’ ‘Alma Mater,’ and ‘Tiny Moves.’

Renown for his work with Taylor Swift, Lorde, and Lana Del Rey, among others, frontman Jack Antonoff has become an in-demand producer and collaborator, accumulating many Grammy nominations and wins over the years. He has most recently won Producer of the Year, Non-Classical, at the 66th Annual awards show, in addition to nabbing a win for Album of the Year with Swift’s inescapable Midnights, plus a number of other nominations.

A lot has happened since his 2014 interview with The Untitled Magazine. When asked about where he saw himself in ten years, Antonoff said:

“Hopefully, still alive. Everything I always thought would happen didn’t. And the things that I never thought would happen did. So, you just never know. I think that’s what exciting — not having an idea but to know so much is possible. I guess the only thing I really would hope for is to still be inspired and to still be making music and pushing forward.”

He also said at the time that his motto is: “Don’t fuck up.”

Talking about his 2014 record, Strange Desire, Antonoff said:
“Having moments that read like a diary that are very dark and intense, and then finding a way to spin it all back around so that there’s some sense of hope. I think the deeper you go and the shittier you get on the album, if you can bring it back, it’s important. I think we live in an age with a lot of “party until we die” type records, and the albums and songs that mean the most to me are extremely honest. I think it’s important for fans and artists to share on that level.”





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