i write & record records in my bedroom. my work truly comes from this space in new jersey. i want people to hear gone now in this room. pic.twitter.com/aJZUVdSuNh— bleachers (@bleachersmusic) May 14, 2017
Jack Antonoff of Bleachers is taking his childhood bedroom from New Jersey on a tour across the U.S., as part of the concept for his upcoming album Gone Now. Antonoff wrote that he wanted to play the album for people "who cared about bleachers in this space that it is coming from and leaving."
So, to create that opportunity, he removed his bedroom, and turned into a living, moving art installation that will allow fans to listen to the album in its birthplace.
The first event was May 17th at 5:00 p.m., in New York City, at 24th and Madison.
Gone Now is due to release June 2nd.
nyc, i would love for you come to 24th st & madison ave today at 5pm and experience something very special to me pic.twitter.com/JNvksI1G4N— bleachers (@bleachersmusic) May 17, 2017