In the ever-spinning carousel of musical surprises, Jack Antonoff and his gang, Bleachers, are back with another catchy ditty called "Alma Mater." It's the second glimpse into their upcoming album, also titled Bleachers, slated for a March 8 release via Dirty Hit. If you missed the first song, "Modern Girl," don't worry; you're fashionably late to the Bleachers party.\r\n\r\nREAD: No Superhero Effect: Anti-Inflammatory Medication Falls Short in Curbing Frailty Among Adults with Atherosclerosis\r\nJack Antonoff's Musical Renaissance: New Album and Song Revealed\r\nIn an exclusive chat with Zane Lowe on Apple Music 1, Antonoff spilled the beans about the song's creation, revealing that he cooked it up in collaboration with the one and only Lana Del Rey. Apparently, Lana was like that friend who pushes you to finally share your secret talent with the world.\r\nBehind the Scenes: Creating "Alma Mater" with Jack Antonoff and Lana Del Rey\r\nAntonoff spilled the tea, saying, "Sometimes you want people to feel like something almost sounds unattainable, and sometimes you want people to feel like they're just in a room with you." So, imagine you and Jack chilling on your basement floor, discussing life, music, and the mysteries of the universe.\r\nBleachers' March Madness: Antonoff's Basement Vibes and Random Scratches\r\nAnd here's the twist: Antonoff, the multiple Grammy nominee and occasional trophy carrier, is once again in the race for Producer of the Year, Non-Classical, at the next Grammy Awards. It seems like he's turning this into a habit, earning nominations in 2020, 2021, 2022, and now 2023. If he bags it again, we might need to start calling it the Antonoff Award. The guy's got more Grammy nods than a cat has lives!\r\nMark Your Calendar: March 8 Release Date for Bleachers' Album, Jack Antonoff Style\r\nIf you're wondering what Bleachers' new album will bring to the table, just remember Antonoff's words \u2013 he wants it to feel like you're right there with him. So, expect some random scratch takes and noises that remind you that you're not in a fancy concert hall but, in fact, vibing in your friend's basement. March 8 can't come soon enough!