It's almost an insult or simply dismissive to refer to someone's "other" band as a side project even if it is one. It's even worse to ask that same person if their arguable "main" band is calling it quits. When you talk to Jack Antonoff of Bleachers and fun. neither should enter your mind. OK, they can but it's essentially a non-starter. Music matters than lame labels and questions, and pretty much everything else. So when Antonoff jumped on a phone call with yours truly (A-Sides) the last thing I wanted to discuss was whether fun's break is a break-up or if Bleachers is a hobby. Why? Because it pisses me off, and I'd imagine it's on steroids for him. Soap box I will get off.
Moving on, Bleachers is a full-fledged, full-evolving band from the very second "I Wanna Get Better" hit radio, became the song of last summer, and led to the debut release - Strange Desire, which has been a huge success thanks to songs that have a retro-cool contemporary sound that does the 1980s j...
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