Bleachers perform “Modern Girl” on the Tonight Show

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Jack Antonoff and his band Bleachers came to Jimmy Fallon’s set to present their single, ” Modern Girl “.

Bleachers were on the Tonight Show to present their recent single, “ Modern Girl “. The group, led by Jack Antonoff, gave an energetic rendition of the title, complete with brass instruments. The song and its visuals pay homage to Bruce Springsteen and the E Street Band, as can be seen in the music video.

Mr. Antonoff also spoke with host Jimmy Fallon about producing music for Taylor Swift, including her hit ” Cruel Summer “, and his marriage to actress Margaret Qualley. During the interview, Antonoff and Fallon wrote an impromptu song, proving once and for all that Antonoff is a very gifted songwriter.

Modern Girl » is the first new music from Bleachers since 2021, the release date of their third album, Take the Sadness Out of Saturday Night. It arrives just after a new live album, Live at Radio City Music Hall, released at the end of August, which retraces the concert given by Bleachers in July 2022 in the New York venue. Live at Radio City And ” Modern Girl ” are Bleachers’ first releases since signing to independent label Dirty Hit, best known for being home to Antonoff’s recent collaborators The 1975.

Antonoff has been very busy over the next two years Take the Sadness Out of Saturday Night. In addition to the 1975, he has worked on recent albums by Swift, Lana Del Rey and even the latter’s father, Rob Grant. He also produced Maren Morris’ recent song, ” Get the Hell Out of Here “.


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