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Bleachers Debut Lena Dunham-Directed Music Video For 'Don't Take The Money' - Watch Here!

Bleachers aka Jack Antonoff have dropped the official music video for their latest single “Don’t Take The Money“!

The clip, starring Alia Shawkat, was directed by Girls creator and director Lena Dunham, who is also Jack‘s real-life girlfriend.

“‘dttm’ is something I say in my head a lot. It’s not about actual money. it’s about following a light. a gut feeling. not following a deep gut feeling destroys your art and the people around you,” Jack described in his Instagram post. “So i say it in my head constantly. sometimes about something very specific relating to music, sometimes about a bigger question about marriage or depression.”

Don’t Take The Money” is off Bleachers‘ upcoming sophomore album Gone Now, which is set to be released on June 2.


Bleachers – ‘Don’t Take The Money’ (Official Video)

Bleachers: 'Hate That You Know Me' Stream & Download - Listen Here!

Bleachers aka Jack Antonoff is back with another brand new song called “Hate That You Know Me,” and you can stream it right here!

The track, co-written by “Issues” hit-maker Julia Michaels, is off the 33-year-old singer-songwriter-producer’s upcoming sophomore album Gone Now, which he recently announced is set to be released on June 2.

The song also features assisting vocals from Carly Rae Jepsen and Sam Dew.

“With this song I want people somewhere in the world to be dancing and weeping in bed at the same time,” Jack told Zane Lowe, who premiered the track as the “World Record” of the day on his Beats 1 radio show.

Pre-order Bleachers‘ new album Gone Now on iTunes and get the lead single “Don’t Take The Money” and “Hate That You Know Me” immediately!


Bleachers – Hate That You Know Me (Full Audio)

Bleachers Reveal Artwork, Release Date & Tracklist For New Album 'Gone Now'

Fresh off the release of his brand new single “Don’t Take The Money,” Bleachers aka Jack Antonoff has revealed that his second studio album is called, Gone Now!

Along with the announcement, the 33-year-old singer-songwriter-producer also unleashed the official tracklist and artwork for the upcoming LP, which is set to be released on Friday (June 2).

“On June 2nd I’m releasing my second album as Bleachers. Gone Now,” Jack captioned with his Instagram post. “Photo by @michaelbaileygates / Everything else by @greer_lankton_archives_museum. There are endless things I’m dying to tell you about the past two years of making this album – some incredible and filled with joy, some deeply painful but I’ll wait on that.”


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Bleachers: 'Don't Take the Money' Stream, Download & Lyrics - Listen Here!

Bleachers aka Jack Antonoff makes his grand musical return with “Don’t Take The Money,” and you can stream it right here!

The 33-year-old singer-songwriter-producer first debuted the song in New York City’s Union Square on Thursday afternoon (March 30) by hiding USB drives with his new Bleachers single inside a piñata.

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Don’t Take The Money” is the lead single off the band’s upcoming sophomore album, which has yet to be announced. It features backing vocals from Lorde on the final chorus.

Jack worked heavily on Lorde‘s new single “Green Light” and her new album Melodrama.

“Don’t Take The Money” is also available on Spotify and Apple Music!


Bleachers – ‘Don’t Take the Money’ (Full Audio)

Click inside to read the lyrics to Bleachers’ new single “Don’t Take The Money”…More Here! »

Lena Dunham Directs Boyfriend Jack Antonoff's Bleachers 'I Wanna Get Better' Video - Watch Now!

Jack Antonoff promises “I Wanna Get Better” in the brand new music video for his first single with his solo project Bleachers!

The video was directed by Jack‘s girlfriend Lena Dunham, who stars in the hit HBO show Girls.

Bleachers‘ debut album is set to hit store shelves sometime this Spring, and the hit musician already has several live dates already lined up including playing at New York’s Governor’s Ball and the Firefly Music Festival in Dover, Delaware.

“I WANNA GET BETTER music video is here” Jack tweeted when the video was released.

FYI: You may also recognize Jack as the lead guitarist of the indie rock band Fun.