NEW MUSIC: BLEACHERS | SECRET LIFE (FEATURING LANA DEL RAY)
Bleachers have released a new song, “Secret Life,” featuring Lana Del Rey, from their upcoming album, "Take the Sadness Out of Saturday Night," out June 30th via RCA Records. “Secret Life” is a woozy tune with languid guitars and dusty drums, and it finds Antonoff longing for a less chaotic, more stable relationship. “I just want a secret life where you and I can get bored out our minds,” he sings, with Del Rey providing backing harmonies, “I just wanna have you in a secret life/Cause I’m sick of chasing all these holy ghosts/Been tryna tell you I want you the most.” The track was produced by Jack Antonoff in which Lana Del Rey has released multiple records in collaboration with Jack Antonoff, most notably her last two albums, "Chemtrails Over the Country Club" and "Norman Fucking Rockwell!" He also accompanied her on the audiobook release of her poetry collection "Violet Bent Backwards Over the Grass." "Take the Sadness Out of Saturday Night" marks Bleachers’ third album and first in four years, following 2017’s "Gone Now." Other previously released offerings include “Chinatown,” featuring Bruce Springsteen, “Stop Making This Hurt,” “How Dare You Want More?” and “91.” The band is set to embark on a North American tour supporting the record starting September 11th at Antonoff’s Shadow of the City Festival in Asbury Park, New Jersey.