Bingkai Karya – Bleachers have unveiled the stunning music video for their latest single, “Tiny Moves,” directed by Jack Antonoff’s wife, Margaret Qualley, and Alex Lockett. The video features Qualley performing a captivating, self-choreographed dance routine as dawn breaks over the New York City skyline.
This news comes hot on the heels of Bleachers’ sold-out UK tour and the announcement of their highly anticipated US leg of the “From The Studio To The Stage” tour. The band will be hitting the road in May and June 2024, with support from Samia. Don’t miss your chance to see them live, as limited tickets for remaining dates are available now at bleachersmusic.com/tour.
“Tiny Moves” is the third single off Bleachers’ upcoming self-titled album, set for release on March 8th via Dirty Hit. The album follows the critically acclaimed “Modern Girl” and “Alma Mater” singles, and promises to be a rich and soulful exploration of modern life, Antonoff’s place in music, and the things that matter most.
Described as “anthemic, life-affirming pop rock” by the New York Times, Bleachers is fronted by the eight-time Grammy Award-winning singer, songwriter, musician, and producer Jack Antonoff. Since their debut in 2014, they’ve built a devoted following with their infectious energy and electrifying live shows. Their previous album, “Take the Sadness Out of Saturday Night,” further solidified their reputation for crafting personal stories into powerful pop anthems.
Beyond Bleachers, Antonoff is a highly sought-after collaborator, having worked with artists like Taylor Swift, Lana Del Rey, The 1975, and many more. He has been credited with “redefining pop music” by the BBC, and his influence on the industry is undeniable.