Jack Antonoff

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Jack Antonoff
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Background information
Birth nameJack Michael Antonoff
Born (1984-03-31) March 31, 1984 (age 38)
Bergenfield, New Jersey, U.S.
  • Singer
  • songwriter
  • record producer
  • Guitar
  • vocals
  • drums
  • piano
  • bass guitar
  • mandolin
Years active2000–present
Member of
Formerly of

Jack Michael Antonoff (born March 31, 1984) is an American singer, multi-instrumentalist, songwriter, and record producer. Antonoff is the lead singer of rock band Bleachers, and is the guitarist and drummer in the pop rock band Fun. He was previously the lead singer of the indie rock band Steel Train. Aside from his work with Bleachers and Fun, Antonoff has worked as a songwriter and record producer with various artists, including Taylor Swift, the 1975, Lorde, St. Vincent, Florence and the Machine, Lana Del Rey, Fifth Harmony, Kevin Abstract, Carly Rae Jepsen, the Chicks, Tegan and Sara and Clairo. Antonoff has often been credited with having a significant impact on the sound of contemporary popular music.[1][2]

Antonoff has been nominated for a Golden Globe Award and won seven Grammy Awards, including the 2022 Grammy for Producer of the Year. He has also won Grammy Awards for his work with Fun, for production on Swift's albums 1989 and Folklore, for production on St. Vincent's album Daddy’s Home, and for co-writing the title track on St. Vincent's Masseduction.

Early life[edit]

Antonoff was born on March 31, 1984, in Bergenfield, New Jersey.[3] He is the second of three children of Shira (Wall) and Rick Antonoff.[4] He is the younger brother of fashion designer Rachel Antonoff.[5] His younger sister, Sarah, died of brain cancer at the age of 13 when Antonoff was a senior in high school.[6] The event had a profound effect on Antonoff who has said "... my whole career has been revisiting that through a different lens."[7]

Antonoff is Jewish.[8][9] He grew up in New Milford, New Jersey, and Woodcliff Lake, New Jersey, and attended elementary school at the Solomon Schechter Day School of Bergen County.[10][11] For high school, he and his sister commuted to Manhattan to attend the Professional Children's School.[5]

During his sophomore year of high school, in November 1998, he and several friends from elementary school formed a punk rock band called Outline.[10] They released a self-titled EP through Lifetime Records, a friend's record label, in January 2000. Antonoff initially sang in the group until early 2000 when Eddie Wright took over on vocals.[12] With the addition of Wright, they recorded six songs which were later released[13] as 6 Song Demo in the summer.[14] They released an album, A Boy Can Dream, in July 2001 through Triple Crown Records.[13] When they were 15, Antonoff and his Outline bandmate used a DIY guide to book shows in numerous states, including Florida and Texas, and borrowed Antonoff's parents' minivan to travel in. During the tour, Outline played in venues such as anarchist bookstores, while the oldest member of the band drove because he was 18 years old. Antonoff explained in 2014: "Half the time no one would show up or the equipment would be too fucked up to play ... but that's when I fell in love with touring." The band lasted until 2002.[6][10]

Music career[edit]

Steel Train[edit]

In 2002, Antonoff and friend, Scott Irby-Ranniar, formed the band Steel Train—Antonoff was the lead singer,[15] and they recruited drummer Matthias Gruber. The band then convinced two of their friends from the band Random Task, Evan Winiker and Matthew Goldman, to drop out of college to join the new band.[10] Steel Train secured a recording deal with Drive-Thru Records.[10] The group was popular on the jamband festival circuit and Antonoff has said he has applied that grassroots mentality to his future projects.[16]


In 2008, Nate Ruess (formerly the frontman of the Format) asked Antonoff to join him and Andrew Dost (formerly of Anathallo) in a new band, which became Fun.[17] Antonoff was already well acquainted with Ruess and Dost, as their former bands had all toured together.[17] The new band released its debut album, Aim and Ignite, in 2009.[18] Fun's second album, Some Nights (2012), produced the band's first number-one hit single, "We Are Young" (featuring Janelle Monae). The song was co-written by Antonoff with Ruess, Dost, and Jeff Bhasker.[19] Fun. then played with their musical heroes Queen in September 2013 at the iHeartRadio Music Festival, which was held at the MGM Grand Garden Arena in Las Vegas, Nevada. Antonoff played Brian May's guitar during the rehearsal, which he described as the "most surreal experience ever."[20] The band then released a free six-song EP in December 2013, titled Before Shane Went to Bangkok: Fun. Live in the USA.[18]


Antonoff performing as Bleachers in 2014

Antonoff announced a solo project called Bleachers in February 2014.[21] Antonoff stated in June 2014 that the project had been a consideration for around 10 years, and the name was inspired by the "disconnected, darker side" of suburban youth and John Hughes movies, which were "tied to a time when big songs were great songs." The songs for the debut Bleachers album were mostly written on Antonoff's laptop computer in hotel rooms during a Fun. world tour.[6]

The Huffington Post published a positive review of Bleachers' first single, "I Wanna Get Better"—released on February 18—calling it the "catchiest song of 2014,"[22] while Time proclaimed, "[Bleachers] is more fun than Fun."[23] Antonoff revealed the intent behind the debut single in a Rolling Stone interview:

I wanted to bridge the gap between Disclosure and Arcade Fire—something both streamlined and organic ... The production and songwriting is extremely over-the-top, extremely epic and unapologetic. The record is all about finding a world where you can be kind to yourself in.[21]

Antonoff explained to Rolling Stone that, while the song might sound joyous, "it's very desperate" and, like many of the other songs on the album is about loss.[21] Antonoff worked with producers John Hill and Vince Clarke on the Bleachers studio album, as he sought to create "massive, beautiful pop songs that sound fuckin' cool." The completed album, Strange Desire, was released in July 2014, and "I Wanna Get Better" peaked at number one on the U.S. Alternative charts during the same week. In regard to Strange Desire, Antonoff said:

It doesn't have to be one or the other ... You don't have to [make] big pop songs that sound stupid and you don't have to make these fuckin' apologetic, tired droney songs that sound incredible. I really wanted both things to happen.[21]

"I Wanna Get Better" was eventually named number 18 in Rolling Stone's 50 Best Songs of 2014, with the publication describing the song as "therapy rock" that is "as fun as it is cathartic".[24] Antonoff released Bleachers' second album Gone Now on June 2, 2017. Its lead single "Don't Take the Money" peaked at number 2 on Alternative Radio.[25]

Taylor Swift[edit]

In 2013, Antonoff wrote and produced the song "Sweeter than Fiction" with American singer-songwriter Taylor Swift, for the film One Chance. The song was written in Antonoff's New York City apartment after he and Swift shared a love of a particular snare drum sound from a Fine Young Cannibals song. They brainstormed ideas by email before starting the songwriting process.[6][26]

Swift and Antonoff wrote and produced three songs together on Swift's fifth studio album, 1989, including the singles "Out of the Woods", "I Wish You Would", and the bonus track "You Are in Love". 1989 was released in October 2014 and became the biggest-selling album in the U.S. that year.[27] On the deluxe version of the album, Swift explains in a voice memo that the song "I Wish You Would" originated from a guitar track that Antonoff had recorded on his smartphone. After Swift first heard it, she asked Antonoff if she could develop the idea further, and it eventually became an album track.[28] The album won Antonoff a Grammy Award for Album of the Year in 2016.

In 2016, Swift, Antonoff, and Sam Dew wrote Swift and Zayn's song "I Don't Wanna Live Forever", with Antonoff producing, for the film Fifty Shades Darker. The track appears on the Fifty Shades Darker: Original Motion Picture Soundtrack.[29] The duo wrote and produced the number-one single "Look What You Made Me Do" as well, which was released on August 25, 2017. Antonoff was a key contributor to Swift's sixth studio album, Reputation.[30][31] Aside from "Look What You Made Me Do", Swift and Antonoff also co-wrote and co-produced five other songs on Reputation—"Getaway Car", "Dress", "This Is Why We Can't Have Nice Things", "Call It What You Want", and "New Year's Day".

Taylor's the first person who let me produce a song. Before Taylor, everyone said: 'You're not a producer'. It took Taylor Swift to say: 'I like the way this sounds.'

— Antonoff, "Jack Antonoff Is Only Making Music With Friends", The New York Times[32]

In 2019, Swift and Antonoff wrote eight songs and produced eleven tracks together for Swift's seventh studio album, Lover, including the promotional single "The Archer" and the title track, which served as the album's third single.[33][34]

In 2020, Swift and Antonoff worked together on Swift's eighth studio album, Folklore. Along with Aaron Dessner and Swift, Antonoff serves as one of the songwriters and producers for the record, with Antonoff helping to co-produce six songs and co-write four, including the third single, "Betty".[35] Antonoff continued to collaborate with Swift on Folklore's "sister record" and Swift's ninth studio album, Evermore, in which he co-wrote the tracks "Gold Rush" and "Ivy", and co-produced the former.[36]

Antonoff went on working on Swift's re-recordings. In 2021, the duo produced four tracks on Fearless (Taylor's Version): "Mr. Perfectly Fine", "That's When", "Don't You", and "Bye Bye Baby".[37][38] Swift and Antonoff also co-produced three tracks on Red (Taylor's Version): "Babe (Taylor's Version)", "Forever Winter", and "All Too Well (10 Minute Version)".

Antonoff co-produced Swift's 2022 album, Midnights and co-wrote eleven of the thirteen tracks.[39] He appeared in the music video for the ninth track, "Bejeweled".[40]


In 2017, Antonoff co-wrote and produced Lorde's Melodrama which was released in June. USAToday described it as "the best pop album of 2017 so far".[41] Rolling Stone's praises Antonoff's production specifically, noting that he uses "empty space to spectacular effect, [as] the arrangements veer from stark clarity to delirium."[41] In support of the album, Antonoff appeared in the music video for its lead single, "Green Light".[42] He then performed "Liability" alongside Lorde on Saturday Night Live.[43] The album also received a nomination for the 2018 Grammy Award for Album of the Year.[44] Beginning from 2018 until 2021, Antonoff co-wrote, produced, and performed on Lorde's third album Solar Power.

Love, Simon[edit]

In 2018, Antonoff produced the soundtrack for the 20th Century Fox romantic comedy-drama film Love, Simon. Bleachers also contributed four songs. On working on the ground-breaking film, the first major studio picture to focus on a gay teenager, Antonoff said "I believe Love, Simon is pivotal, a major step for a new generation" and added that he was "honored" that "genius" director Greg Berlanti asked him to work on the soundtrack.[45] He also said he was "very lucky to be a part of [Love, Simon]" and "loved every moment of making this soundtrack"[46] after stating he was "beyond blown away" by the response to the film and soundtrack.[47]

Red Hearse[edit]

On June 26, 2019, Antonoff previewed a new musical project with Sam Dew and Sounwave called Red Hearse. The project was teased with the release of two singles, "Red Hearse" and "Honey". On July 22, 2019, Red Hearse made their television debut on The Tonight Show Starring Jimmy Fallon, performing "Half Love". Their debut self-titled studio album was released on August 16, 2019, via RCA Records.[48]

Lana Del Rey[edit]

He co-produced Lana Del Rey's sixth studio album Norman Fucking Rockwell!, which was released on August 30, 2019.[49] He also co-wrote a majority of the songs on the album including the singles "Mariners Apartment Complex" and "Venice Bitch". The album received critical praise with NME's Rhian Daly noting that the "bohemian folk" sound of the record was a departure from Antonoff's "brand of crystalline euphoria."[50] Other critics noted the album's 60s inspired, psychedelic rock sound.[51] The album was nominated for Grammy Album of the Year and won NME Album of the Year in 2020. He also produced her seventh studio album Chemtrails Over the Country Club, released on March 19, 2021.[52]

Shadow of the City[edit]

In 2015, Antonoff started his own music festival called Shadow of the City.[53] The festival takes place annually at The Stone Pony Summer Stage in Asbury Park, New Jersey. Shadow of the City is a one-day festival with only one stage, making it different from other music festivals. Money from each ticket sold is donated to The Ally Coalition, an organization founded by Antonoff and his sister Rachel. The 2018 and most recent lineup included Antonoff and his band Bleachers, Hayley Kiyoko, Julien Baker, Turnover, Beach Slang, Clams Casino, and Ex Reyes. Other past performers include Charli XCX, the 1975, Khalid, Carly Rae Jepsen, Bishop Briggs, BØRNS and more. In addition to musical performances, the festival conducts dunk tank and Mario Kart tournaments to benefit The Ally Coalition.

Other projects[edit]

Antonoff in 2012

Antonoff co-wrote the 2013 song "Brave" with Sara Bareilles after the two were introduced by Sara Quin of the band Tegan and Sara. Bareilles said to Billboard: "We met for breakfast one day, and I was just so enamored with him and his personality ... The first day we sat down together was the day we wrote 'Brave.'" Antonoff wrote the song about a friend's struggle to speak openly about his sexuality.[54] The quickly written song was released on April 23, and by the end of June, "Brave" had sold 160,000 digital copies and peaked at number 61 on the Billboard Hot 100 chart. The music video for the song was viewed 1.1 million times on YouTube within a month of its release in May 2013, and by the start of 2015, had received nearly 39 million views.[55][56] "Brave" was used by Microsoft to advertise its Windows tablet technology device.[57]

In 2015, he created a Google Play docuseries titled Thank You and Sorry, which combined scripted scenes and footage from Bleachers shows. It was released in six 15-minute episodes and included cameos from Lena Dunham, Rosie Perez, Olivia Wilde, Colin Quinn, and Jason Mantzoukas.[58][59] Also in 2015, Antonoff portrayed the character Baby Goya in the comedy-drama film Hello, My Name Is Doris.

In 2017, he also contributed to the production of Pink's seventh studio album, Beautiful Trauma, and produced St. Vincent's fifth studio album, Masseduction.[60]

In early 2019, he handled production on Brockhampton frontman Kevin Abstract's solo album, Arizona Baby.[61][1]

Antonoff appeared as himself in the 2021 Edgar Wright-directed film The Sparks Brothers, talking about his admiration for the band Sparks. That same year he contributed to St. Vincent's sixth studio album, Daddy's Home,[62] and Clairo's sophomore record, Sling.[63] He produced eight tracks off Florence and the Machine's fifth studio album, Dance Fever, released in 2022. His credits on the album include the singles "King" and "Free."

In 2022, Antonoff went on to collaborate with English alternative band the 1975 to co-produce their fifth studio album, Being Funny in a Foreign Language.


Antonoff has received seven Grammy Awards and been nominated for one Golden Globe Award.

Golden Globe Awards[edit]

The Golden Globe Awards are awarded annually by the Hollywood Foreign Press Association to celebrate the best in film and television.[64] Antonoff has been nominated once.

Golden Globe Awards
Year Nominee / work Award Result to
2014 "Sweeter than Fiction" Best Original Song Nominated[65]

Gracie Awards[edit]

Gracie Awards
Year Nominee / work Award Result
2021 Folklore: The Long Pond Studio Sessions Grand Award for Special or Variety Won[66]

Grammy Awards[edit]

The Grammy Awards are awarded annually by the National Academy of Recording Arts and Sciences of the United States. Antonoff has earned seven Grammys out of nineteen nominations, including Producer of the Year, Non-Classical in 2022.[67]

Grammy Awards
Year Nominee / work Award Result
2013 Fun Best New Artist Won[68]
"We Are Young" Record of the Year Nominated[69]
Song of the Year Won[68]
Best Pop Duo/Group Performance Nominated[69]
Some Nights Best Pop Vocal Album Nominated[69]
Album of the Year Nominated[69]
2016 1989 Won[70]
2018 Melodrama Nominated[71]
"I Don't Wanna Live Forever" Best Song Written for Visual Media Nominated[71]
2019 Masseduction Best Alternative Music Album Nominated[72]
"Masseduction" Best Rock Song Won[72]
2020 Norman Fucking Rockwell! Album of the Year Nominated[73]
"Norman Fucking Rockwell" Song of the Year Nominated[73]
Himself Producer of the Year, Non-Classical Nominated[73]
2021 Folklore Album of the Year Won[67]
Himself Producer of the Year, Non-Classical Nominated[67]
2022 Evermore Album of the Year Nominated[74]
Daddy's Home Best Alternative Music Album Won[67]
Himself Producer of the Year, Non-Classical Won[74]
2023 Himself Producer of the Year, Non-Classical Pending

Satellite Awards[edit]

The Satellite Awards are annual awards given by the International Press Academy that are commonly noted in entertainment industry journals and blogs.[75] Antonoff has been nominated twice.

Satellite Awards
Year Nominee / work Award Result
2018 "I Don't Wanna Live Forever" Best Original Song Nominated[76]
2019 "Strawberries & Cigarettes" Nominated[77]

Personal life[edit]

When Antonoff first moved out of the family home near the end of 2012, he lived with his sister, Rachel, on the Upper West Side of New York City. Afterward, he relocated to Brooklyn Heights to live with Lena Dunham, whom he was dating at the time.[6] The couple separated in January 2018.[8] As of December 2019, he resides in the Brooklyn Heights apartment he shared with Dunham, containing his home music studio.[78] Antonoff is engaged to actress Margaret Qualley.[79]

In June 2014, Antonoff said he was "desperate" for kids, explaining:

It just seems like the most fun thing in the world. I've never met people who have kids who haven't looked me in the eye and been like, "It's the greatest thing that's ever happened."... I think it's biological. I'm 30. I'm not that young, right? I'm not, like, 24 or 22. I'm no longer in the phase of my life where I talk about everything as in the future. Like, I'm in the future.[6]

Antonoff has spoken publicly about his struggles with depression, anxiety and obsessive–compulsive disorder. He claims that hearing of others' battles with depression made him feel "not better, but not alone" and "way less scared."[80] As of June 2014, Antonoff was seeing both a therapist and a psychopharmacologist, while also taking anti-anxiety medications. He has germophobia which was exacerbated by a bout of pneumonia that he suffered in 2011 while recording a studio album for his band Fun. His pulmonologist prescribed a daily run, but he explained that he hates it "more than anything" because it is "one of the most truly boring experiences on Earth."[6]

Music is central to Antonoff's life and he explained in June 2014:

I need a hobby, and I don't want it to be basketball ... I want it to be music. So to get away from music, I do other music. If I'm producing someone's song or writing with someone else, then doing a Bleachers song or a Fun song is an escape and it keeps me creative and it keeps me locked into what I want to do. If something's making me crazy, I need to go somewhere else and I don't want that thing to be yoga.[6]


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