"I'm standing on the overpass screaming at myself," Jack Antonoff sings on Bleachers' hit "I Wanna Get Better." Last night he was standing onstage at Hollywood's cozy Boulevard3 nightclub, performing at a Rolling Stone and Fiat event celebrating the launch of the new 500X. Mat Zo and Max Frost also joined the party, and we've documented the whole night right here.
Bleachers' Jack Antonoff, decked out in orange, poses before the show.
Antonoff performing to a spellbound crowd.
Antonoff and his keyboardist – here playing sax – cuddle up for some Springsteen/Clemons action.
Antonoff and crew relax before showtime.
After another outfit change, Antonoff grabs his hollow-body guitar.
Antonoff does his best Gene Simmons.
Antonoff hangs with admirers backstage.
Antonoff pauses between songs. The show was an intimate one for the guy who co-wrote three songs on 1989, the biggest album of the year.
Austin singer-songwriter Max Frost, the opening act, adjusts his attire.
Frost drops his guitar for a new instrument.
Frost, inspired by artists like Erykah Badu and D'Angelo, incorporates R&B and hip-hop into his tunes.
Mat Zo closes the night with a DJ set.
The crowd keeps on dancing to Zo's tunes.
Zo surveys the scene.