Bleachers drop another single ‘How Dare You Want More’, from new album

Bleachers also released two songs last year, Chinatown, which features Bruce Springsteen, and "45," both of which will appear on the forthcoming album.

Bleachers drop another single ‘How Dare You Want More’, from new album
Bleachers dropped their new single from the forth coming album.

New York: Bleachers’ new song, How Dare You Want More, is taken from their next album. Take the Sadness Out of Saturday Night, will be released on July 30th. The raucous and ramshackle How Dare You Want More, Bleachers premiered on The Tonight Show at the end of May. It is a raucous and ramshackle blast of Springsteen-ian pastiche complete with noisy gang vocals. Also a blistering saxophone-guitar call-and-response breakdown.

Bleachers also released unique live-in-studio performance footage of How Dare You Want More. Also, it was shot during the actual production of the song. It contains several takes that wound up in the final version.

“Over the past few years I found out things about my family that challenged some of the myths of our structure,” Antonoff said of the song in a statement. “I’ve 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.”

Bleachers will release their new album after 2017

Take the Sadness Out of Saturday Night‘s new single, follows the release of Stop Making This Hurt in May. Bleachers also released two songs last year, firstly Chinatown, which features Bruce Springsteen. Secondly, 45, both of which will appear on the forthcoming album. Take the Sadness Out of Saturday Night is Bleachers’ third studio album, after Gone Now from 2017.

Bleachers had released a new song called Stop Making This Hurt, which is accompanied by a video directed by Carlotta Kohl. The group’s third album, Take the Sadness Out of Saturday Night, will be released on RCA Records on July 30. Bleachers will also be on the road this autumn, beginning in September. Antonoff’s Shadow of the City festival in New Jersey will kick off the tour on September 11th, 2021.

In support of Take the Sadness Out of Saturday Night, Bleachers will embark on a North American tour later this year. The tour will get out on September 11th with a performance at Antonoff’s Shadow of the City event in Asbury Park, New Jersey, and will conclude on November 6th at XL Live at Harrisburg University.

 

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