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  • Bleachers Performs “How Dare You Want More” & “Chinatown” on Saturday Night Live

  • American singer-songwriter Jack Antonoff's solo project Bleachers appeared on Saturday Night Live to perform “How Dare You Want More” and “Chinatown” on January 14, 2022.
    The band subbed in for the evening's originally scheduled musical guest American rapper Roddy Ricch, who has dropped out after a possible COVID exposure.
    Two songs appeared on the band's third studio album “Take the Sadness Out of Saturday Night”, which was released in 2021.
    Jack Antonoff told Apple Music about the song, “'How Dare You Want More' is this feeling I was seeing with friends and family. Everyone's going through this big struggle to have more, to ask for more, and to be in control of their life. I saw it was producing so much shame in other people, and therefore, really just myself. Why is it so hard? And I'm not talking about more square footage. I'm not talking about more money. I'm talking about more of who you are so you can not have that strange feeling that keeps you up at night or makes you feel all fucked up in the morning, or makes you not grab at the things you want. It's a question that, if you keep asking yourself over and over and over again, can start to sound silly. And that's a good thing, because it is silly. It was a hallmark of the album, trying to move past this shame.”
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    The original version of “Chinatown” featured American singer-songwriter Bruce Springsteen.
    Jack Antonoff said, “'chinatown' starts in NYC and travels to new jersey. that pull back to the place i am from mixed with terror of falling in love again. having to show your cards to someone and the shock when you see them for yourself. thinking you know yourself and where you are from…. having to see yourself through somebody who you want to stay… i started to write this song with these ideas ringing in my head. to further understand who you are pushes you to further understand where you are from and what that looks and sounds like. there are pieces in that that are worth carrying forever and pieces worth letting die. “chinatown” and “45” are both the story of this—“chinatown” through someone else, “45” through the mirror. as for bruce, it's the honor of a lifetime to be joined by him. he is the artist who showed me that the sound of the place i am from has value and that there is a spirit here that needs to be taken all over the world.”

  • source : NBC
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