Hawthorne Heights discography

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Hawthorne Heights discography
Hh tour 2009.jpg
Hawthorne Heights performing live while on tour supporting the release for Skeletons
Studio albums 4
Compilation albums 1
Music videos 11
EPs 3
Singles 12

The following is the discography of Hawthorne Heights, an American rock band formed in 2001. The band was originally named A Day in the Life, and is from Dayton, Ohio.[1] Their line-up currently consists of lead singer and rhythm guitarist JT Woodruff, lead guitarist and screaming vocalist Mark McMillon, bassist and backing vocalist Matt Ridenour, and drummer Chris Popadak.

Charts summary[edit]

Hawthorne Heights found success with both of their first two albums, released through Victory Records. Their 2004 release, The Silence in Black and White, and their 2006 album, If Only You Were Lonely, both achieved Gold certification.[2] Their second album additionally peaked at #1 on Billboard Independent Albums chart and #3 on the Billboard 200 charts.[3] The two lead singles from their debut album, "Ohio Is for Lovers" and "Niki FM" both charted on Billboard's Alternative Songs chart. They are also well known for their 2006 single "Saying Sorry", which reached Gold status[2] and peaked at #7 on the Billboard Hot Modern Rock Tracks chart.[4] Hawthorne Height's third album, Fragile Future, placed at #23 on the Billboard 200. Their next album, Skeletons, was released through Wind-up Records. It peaked at #50 on the Billboard 200.


Studio albums[edit]

Release Date Title Label Chart Positions RIAA
US Ind.[3] UK
UK Indie
June 1, 2004 The Silence in Black and White Victory Records 56 3 Platinum[2]
February 28, 2006 If Only You Were Lonely 3 1 85 Gold[2]
August 5, 2008 Fragile Future 23 4 13
June 1, 2010 Skeletons Wind-up Records 50
June 25, 2013 Zero Red Entertainment 118 35

Extended plays[edit]

Release Date Title Label
August 26, 2008 Rhapsody Originals Victory Records
August 23, 2011 Hate Cardboard Empire
April 1, 2012 Stripped Down To The Bone Cardboard Empire
June 5, 2012 Hope Cardboard Empire
September 18, 2015 Hurt Self-released


Release Date Title Label
November 9, 2010 Midwesterners: The Hits Victory Records

Other appearances[edit]

Release Date Title Track Label
January 11, 2005 Elektra: The Album "Angels With Even Filthier Souls" Wind-up Records
January 10, 2006 Underworld: Evolution: Original Motion Picture Soundtrack "Where Do I Stab Myself in the Ears (The Legion of Doom remix)" Lakeshore Entertainment
July 10, 2007 MySpace Tribute To The Smashing Pumpkins "Bullet With Butterfly Wings"[7] MySpace Records
October 25, 2011 Come As You Are: A 20th Anniversary Tribute To Nirvana's 'Nevermind' "Lithium" Reimagine Music


Year Song Peak chart positions[8] Album

2004 "Ohio Is for Lovers" 34 The Silence in Black and White
2005 "Niki FM" 40
"Silver Bullet"
2006 "Saying Sorry" 7 87 38 If Only You Were Lonely
"This Is Who We Are"
"Pens and Needles"[9]
2008 "Rescue Me" Fragile Future
"Somewhere in Between"
2010 "Nervous Breakdown" Skeletons
"Bring You Back"[10]
2012 "New Winter"[11] Hope
2013 "Golden Parachutes"[12] Zero
"Taken by the Dark"[13]
2015 "The Darkest Times"[14] Hurt



  • This Is Who We Are[15]

Music videos[edit]

  • "Ohio Is for Lovers" (director: Shane C. Drake)
  • "Niki FM" (director: Major Lightner)
  • "Saying Sorry" (director: Major Lightner)
  • "This Is Who We Are"
  • "Pens and Needles" (director: Dale Resteghini)
  • "Rescue Me" (director: Adam Neustadter)
  • "Somewhere In Between"
  • "Nervous Breakdown" (director: Walter Robot)
  • "Gravestones"
  • "Is This What You Wanted?"
  • "Four White Walls"
  • "Golden Parachutes" (Director: Terry Corso {Produced by Let Em Have It Productions})


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  2. ^ a b c d "Hawthorne Heights promise new album, reveal late year dates". Live Daily – News. Retrieved 2008-06-02. 
  3. ^ a b c "Hawthorne Heights – Artist Chart History (Albums)". Billboard.com. Retrieved 2008-06-02. 
  4. ^ a b "Hawthorne Heights – Artist Chart History (Singles)". Billboard.com. Retrieved 2008-06-02. 
  5. ^ a b Zobbel (2007-06-16). "Chart Log UK". Zobbel. Retrieved 2008-08-20. 
  6. ^ "The Official UK Indie Charts for the week ending August 23, 2008". ChartsPlus. Milton Keynes: IQ Ware Ltd (365): 15. 
  7. ^ "Deftones, 30 Seconds To Mars added to Pumpkins tribute". Alternative Press. May 2, 2007. Retrieved August 12, 2016. 
  8. ^ Hawthorne Heights Singles Chronology. Billboard.com. Retrieved April 25, 2007.
  9. ^ "Pens and Needles" (single). Hawthorne Heights. Victory Records. 2006. r5754515. 
  10. ^ "Bring You Back" (single). Hawthorne Heights. Wind-Up Records. 2010. WUJC 20262-2. 
  11. ^ Bird, Michele (May 22, 2012). "Hawthorne Heights release new song, "New Winter"". Alternative Press. Retrieved December 7, 2016. 
  12. ^ "AllAccess.com Alternative eWeekly". AllAccess. May 21, 2013. Retrieved July 3, 2016. 
  13. ^ "Exclusive: Hawthorne Heights Debut New Song, "Taken by the Dark" |Golden Gods Awards". Revolvermag.com. 2013-06-11. Retrieved 2013-07-05. 
  14. ^ Leak, Brian (August 26, 2015). "Hawthorne Heights return to their roots with new single, "The Darkest Times"". Alternative Press. Retrieved December 7, 2016. 
  15. ^ "AP Exclusive: Hawthorne Heights live video posted". Alternative Press. January 10, 2006. Retrieved June 26, 2016.