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Bleachers Premieres New Song 'Shadow,' Brings The Summer Heat We've Been Waiting For

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AUSTIN, TX - OCTOBER 04: Jack Antonoff of Fun performs on stage on Day 1 of Austin City Limits Festival at Zilker Park on October 4, 2013 in Austin, Texas. (Photo by Gaelle Beri/Redferns via Getty Images) | Gaelle Beri via Getty Images

Jack Antonoff gave fans a preview of a new Bleachers song "Shadow" via the Bleachers hotline last week. Now, courtesy of Pigeons and Planes, the full version of the track is now available. "Shadow" continues Antonoff's promise of a retro-'80s-pop sound, with a particularly tropical shade mixed in.

“‘Shadow’ was one of the first songs I wrote for Bleachers,” Antonoff told Pigeons and Planes. “It started as that loop beat, one electric and the arp juno in the chorus. Over the past year I would add something like once a month -- vocal samples, bomb sounds, acoustic guitars, etc. it became the blueprint for how the whole album was made. The song is about a New Yorker article I read about how everyone has a shadow, or a lesser version of themselves that only they can see. For example: I’m probably not the worst, but my shadow is a piece of garbage who is always the loudest person in the room and everyone can’t stand.”

Listen to "Shadow" below.

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