Bleachers performing live

A year ago, lead singer of fun. Jack Antonoff announced a new solo project called Bleachers and went on to enjoy a wildly successful first year of activity. In December, Rolling Stone named the band’s first single, “I Wanna Get Better”, number 18 of the 50 Best Songs of 2014; Billboard ranked their debut album, Strange Desire, at number 6 of the Top 10 Albums of the year. What began as Antonoff’s pseudo-secretive songwriting experiment on his laptop in hotel rooms during fun.’s 2013 world tour, Bleachers has quickly become a big name in its own right. With just the right blend of pop, rock and electronic textures, their sound is as infectious as it is anthemic. In a 2014 Rolling Stone interview, Antonoff revealed his inspiration for Bleachers, saying he wanted to “bridge the gap between Disclosure and Arcade Fire — something both streamlined and organic”.

 Saturday March 14th, 2015 at The Observatory, Santa Ana

Tour poster Bleachers Joywave Night Terrors of 1927On Saturday, March 14, following their current European tour with British rockers The Kooks, the group will bring their dynamic spirit to Orange County as KX FM 104.7 presents Bleachers at The Observatory in Santa Ana. With New York natives Joywave and LA favorites Night Terrors of 1927 also performing, it’s guaranteed to be a rad night! The doors open at 6:30pm, show starts at 7:30 and will be open to all ages.


Listen in to KX FM 104.7 for a chance to win tickets as we’ll be giving some away! Or grab yours here before they sell out; $1 per ticket will benefit charity!


While you’re waiting for the 14th, check Bleachers out on Soundcloud below and find them on Facebook, Twitter and Youtube.

 Jack Antonoff on Comedy Bang Bang!