Jack Antonoff of Bleachers is just one of the countless musicians around the world who truly came of age with the discovery and obsession of their musical craft within the sanctuary that is their bedroom. So Antonoff, who has admitted to living in his childhood room until age 27, is bringing his on the road on their upcoming spring tour.
In a series of social media posts on Wednesday, Antonoff revealed he’d be bringing a replica of his childhood room with them on their May and June tour dates within the travel-friendly form of a trailer.
“I’ll be taking the room on tour with me so people around the country can hear the album in it before shows,” Antonoff shared on his Facebook page on Wednesday. “Come in - touch whatever you want - hear gone now in its birthplace and in the center of its inspiration.”
Antonoff and his Bleachers bandmates kicked off their spring tour dates this past weekend at Shaky Knees Festival in Atlanta. The North American run of shows are scheduled to end on June 30, but fans should expect more to be announced soon.
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