Bleachers unveil ‘Hate That You Know Me’ featuring Carly Rae Jepsen

It’s another juicy slice of incoming new album ‘Gone Now’
How do you start a week well? Try having a new Bleachers track to wrap your ears around – with ‘Hate That You Know Me’ packing that smooth 80s-laden punch we blooming well need right now.



Grooving and screening across an infectious blend of synths and glitchy throbs, the track features none other than Carly Rae Jepsen chiming in with vocals of her own – along with hip-hop songwriter Sam Dew. Whacking that all into one unmistakable cocktail of modern pop glory, it’s further proof that the summer is well and truly in the hands of Jack Antonoff.



Debuted on Zane Lowe’s Beats 1 show, ‘Hate That You Know Me’ is the second track to be unveiled from Bleachers’ incoming second album ‘Gone Now’, after certified banger ‘Don’t Take The Money’. Speaking to Zane, Jack went on to reveal further details around the LP that’s set to land on June 2nd, detailing how he’s worked with the likes of Kendrick Lamar collaborator Sounwave and Atlanta production trio Organised Noize (aka the chaps behind bangers from TLC, En Vogue and Outkast) on the album.



So not bad company eh? Bearing in mind you’ve already got Jeppo and Lorde involved in the Bleachers’ express…



Kick into a dazzling week with ‘Hate That You Know Me’ below,