I WAS FLYINNNNN'. I WAS CRYINNNNN'. I WAS DYINNNNN'.
"I told you more than I would tell my own mother."
The pop prodigy's second album is finally here.
Her new song is called "Sober," and the story behind it is kinda interesting!
(Along with career envy, obviously.)
Bleachers frontman Jack Antonoff gets surreal in his new web series, Thank You And Sorry.
WE HAVE THE RECEIPTS.
Really, really, really, really, really, really.
The year's best new singers, songwriters, and producers. In no particular order.
It's just CUTE, OK?
Jack Antonoff plays a depressed therapist in her darkly funny clip for for Bleachers' first single, "I Wanna Get Better."
The guitarist's new project is even more epic and emotional than his other band, fun. "God, just shoot me the day I start making music you can just put on in the car and have a conversation over it."
The star of Girls talks about her relationship with fun.'s Jack Antonoff, who also is a champion for gay rights, in this week's snippets.
Wonder no longer.
The music trio and designer teamed up this week to launch The Ally Coalition, the latest celeb non-profit to encourage action in support of LGBTQ equality.
She was at the Rachel Antonoff show with Jack Antonoff, Rachel's brother. Do you think it's fab or drab?