Bleachers' Jack Antonoff Opens Up About Writing Love Songs and the Benefits of Playing Intimate Venues for #14DaysOfLove

Jack Antonoff sits down with Rocsi Diaz.

Bleachers, a group formed by Jack Antonoff from fun., hit the ground running in 2014 with their irresistibly catchy single “I Wanna Get Better.” From then on, the 80's influenced indie pop band from New York City has churned out hit after hit, including "Roller Coaster," "Like A River Runs," and the Grimes collaborated GIRLS anthem "Entropy."

And who could forget their cover of The Cranberries at the 2015 Logo Trailblazer Honors, or Sia's beautiful take on the band's "Like A River Runs?"

During VH1's 14 Days of Love celebration in Beaver Creek, CL, Rocsi Diaz sat down with the creator of the group Jack Antonoff to discuss the benefits of playing their catalog of huge hits at intimate venues. Because of Valentines Day coming up, it was only right to dive into Jack's romantic side asking if he's ever written a song about a past lover.

Watch below to find out his answer.