Jack Antonoff production discography

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American record producer and songwriter Jack Antonoff has released two studio albums and one soundtrack under the solo project Bleachers, and 10 studio albums, collectively, among his bands: fun., Steel Train, and Outline. He has also served as the co-writer or co-producer on albums by Taylor Swift, Lorde, Kevin Abstract, The Chicks, Lana Del Rey, and St. Vincent, and has written and produced individual tracks with artists including Pink, Sara Bareilles, Fifth Harmony, Troye Sivan, Carly Rae Jepsen, and Sia, among many others.

Production and writing credits[edit]

Key
Indicates songs solely written or produced by Jack Antonoff Indicates songs solely written or produced by Jack Antonoff
Year Artist Song Album Written with Produced with U.S. peak
position
U.K. peak
position
2009 Fun "Be Calm" Aim and Ignite Nate Ruess, Andrew Dost, Sam Means
"Benson Hedges"
"All the Pretty Girls"
"I Wanna Be the One"
"At Least I'm Not as Sad (As I Used to Be)"
"Light a Roman Candle With Me"
"Walking the Dog"
"Barlights"
"The Gambler"
"Take Your Time (Coming Home)"
"Stitch Me Up" Nate Ruess, Andrew Dost
"Walking the Dog II" Nate Ruess, Andrew Dost, Sam Means
"Jumping the Shark" Unreleased
2011 "We Are Young" (featuring Janelle Monáe) Some Nights Nate Ruess, Andrew Dost, Jeff Bhasker 1[1] 1[2]
2012 "Some Nights (Intro)"
"Some Nights" 3 7
"Carry On" 20 126
"It Gets Better"
"Why Am I the One" 169
"All Alone"
"All Alright" Nate Reuss, Andrew Dost, Jeff Bhasker, N. Cobey, Jake One, Emile Haynie
"One Foot" Nate Reuss, Andrew Dost, Emile Haynie
"Stars" Nate Reuss, Andrew Dost, Jeff Bhasker
"Out On the Town" Nate Reuss, Andrew Dost, Emile Haynie
Carly Rae Jepsen "Sweetie" Kiss Carly Rae Jepsen, Sara Quin, Klas Åhlund
2013 Tegan and Sara "How Come You Don't Want Me" Heartthrob Sara Quin, Tegan Quin[3]
Sara Bareilles "Brave" The Blessed Unrest Sara Bareilles[4] 23 48
"Chasing the Sun"[4]
Taylor Swift "Sweeter Than Fiction" One Chance (soundtrack) Taylor Swift Taylor Swift 34 45[5]
2014 Christina Perri "I Don't Wanna Break" Head or Heart Christina Perri[6] John Hill
Bleachers "Wild Heart" Strange Desire John Hill John Hill, Vince Clarke(add.)
"Roller Coaster" John Hill Greg Kurstin
"Shadow" John Hill, Emile Haynie John Hill
"I Wanna Get Better" John Hill
"Wake Me" John Hill, Patrik Berger
"Reckless Love" John Hill
"Take Me Away" (featuring Grimes) John Hill, Claire Boucher
"Like a River Runs" John Hill John Hill, Vince Clarke(add.)
"You're Still a Mystery" John Hill John Hill
"I'm Ready to Move On / Wild Heart Reprise" (featuring Yoko Ono) John Hill, Yoko Ono John Hill, Vince Clarke(add.)
"Who I Want You to Love" John Hill, Emile Haynie John Hill
Taylor Swift "Out of the Woods" 1989 Taylor Swift Taylor Swift 18 136
"I Wish You Would"
"You Are in Love" 83
2015 Grimes, Bleachers "Entropy" Girls, Volume 3 (soundtrack) Claire Boucher[7]
Troye Sivan "Heaven" (featuring Betty Who) Blue Neighbourhood Troye Sivan, Alex Hope, Claire Boucher Sole production Indicates songs solely written or produced by Jack Antonoff
Rachel Platten "Stand by You" Wildfire Rachel Platten, Joy Williams, Matthew Morris 37 115
2016 St. Lucia "Help Me Run Away" Matter St. Lucia, Chris Zane
Sia "House on Fire" This Is Acting Sia Furler[8] Jesse Shatkin, Jake Sinclair (add.)
Brooke Candy "Changes" Non-album single Brooke Candy, Jesse St. John
Fifth Harmony "Dope" 7/27 Julia Michaels, Justin Tranter Sole production Indicates songs solely written or produced by Jack Antonoff
How to Dress Well "Lost Youth/Lost You" Care Tom Krell
Zayn, Taylor Swift "I Don't Wanna Live Forever" Fifty Shades Darker (soundtrack) Taylor Swift, Sam Dew[9] Sole production Indicates songs solely written or produced by Jack Antonoff 2[10] 5[11]
2017 Bleachers "Dream of Mickey Mantle" Gone Now Tom Krell
"Goodmorning" Emile Haynie Emile Haynie(co.), Organized Noize(add.)
"Hate That You Know Me" Julia Michaels Greg Kurstin(co.)
"Don't Take the Money" Ella Yelich-O'Connor Greg Kurstin(co.), Vince Clarke(add.)
"Everybody Lost Somebody" Evan Smith Emile Haynie(add.)
"All My Heroes" Sole writing Indicates songs solely written or produced by Jack Antonoff Sole production Indicates songs solely written or produced by Jack Antonoff
"Let's Get Married" Evan Smith, Paul Jefferies Paul Jefferies
"Goodbye" Sole writing Indicates songs solely written or produced by Jack Antonoff Sounwave(add.), John Hill(add.)
"Nothing Is U" Sole production Indicates songs solely written or produced by Jack Antonoff
"I Miss Those Days" Greg Kurstin(add.)
"I'm Ready to Move On / Mickey Mantle Reprise" Sam Dew, Sam Dew Organized Noize(add.)
"Foreign Girls" Sole writing Indicates songs solely written or produced by Jack Antonoff Sounwave(add.)
Lorde "Green Light" Melodrama Ella Yelich-O'Connor, Joel Little Lorde, Frank Dukes, Kuk Harrell(add.) 19[12] 20[13]
"Sober" Ella Yelich-O'Connor Lorde, Malay
"The Louvre" Lorde, Flume(add.)
"Liability" Lorde 78[12] 84
"Hard Feelings/Loveless" Lorde, Frank Dukes(add.)
"Sober II (Melodrama)" Lorde, Frank Dukes, S1
"Writer in the Dark" Lorde
"Supercut" Lorde, Joel Little, Frank Dukes(add.), Jean-Benoît Dunckel(add.), Malay(add.)
"Liability (Reprise)" Lorde
"Perfect Places" Lorde, Andrew Wyatt, Frank Dukes(add.) 95[14]
Banks "Crowded Places" Non-album single Jillian Banks, Tim Anderson
St. Vincent "New York" Masseduction Annie Clark[15] Annie Clark
"Masseduction"
"Happy Birthday, Johnny"
"Sugarboy"
Taylor Swift "Look What You Made Me Do"[16] Reputation Taylor Swift, Richard Fairbrass, Fred Fairbrass, Rob Manzoli Taylor Swift 1 1
"Getaway Car"[17] Taylor Swift
"Dress"[17]
"This Is Why We Can't Have Nice Things"[17]
"Call It What You Want"[17] 27 29
"New Year's Day"[17]
Pink "Beautiful Trauma" Beautiful Trauma Alecia Moore Sole production Indicates songs solely written or produced by Jack Antonoff 78 25
"Better Life" Alecia Moore, Sam Dew
2018 Bleachers "Alfie's Song (Not So Typical Love Song)" Love, Simon (soundtrack) Ilsey Juber, Harry Styles
"Keeping a Secret" Justin Tranter
Jack Antonoff, "Never Fall In Love" Karen Marie Ørsted
Troye Sivan "Strawberries & Cigarettes" Troye Sivan, Alex Hope
Amy Shark "All Loved Up" Love Monster Amy Billings Sole production Indicates songs solely written or produced by Jack Antonoff
Lana Del Rey "Mariners Apartment Complex" Norman Fucking Rockwell! Lana Del Rey Lana Del Rey 79
"Venice Bitch" 80
2019 "hope is a dangerous thing for a woman like me to have - but i have it" 99
"How To Disappear"
"Norman Fucking Rockwell" 44
"Fuck It, I Love You" 119 59
"Love Song"
"Cinnamon Girl"
"The Greatest"
"California" Lana Del Rey, Zachary Dawes Lana Del Rey, Zachary Dawes
"Happiness Is a Butterfly" Lana Del Rey, Rick Nowels Lana Del Rey, Rick Nowels (add.)
"Looking for America" Non-album single Lana Del Rey Lana Del Rey
Carly Rae Jepsen "Want You in My Room" Dedicated Carly Rae Jepsen, Tavish Crowe Sole production Indicates songs written or produced by Jack Anotnoff
Kevin Abstract "Big Wheels" Arizona Baby Ian Simpson, Romil Hemnani Brockhampton
"Joyride"
"Georgia"
"Corpus Christi"
"Baby Boy"
"Mississippi"
"Use Me"
"Peach"
"American Problem"
"Crumb"
Taylor Swift "Cruel Summer" Lover Taylor Swift, Annie Clark Taylor Swift 29 27
"Lover" 10 14
"The Archer" Taylor Swift 38 43
"I Think He Knows" 51
"Paper Rings" 45
"Cornelia Street" 57
"Death By a Thousand Cuts" Taylor Swift 67
"London Boy" Taylor Swift, Cautious Clay, Sounwave Taylor Swift, Sounwave (co.) 62
"Soon You'll Get Better" (featuring The Chicks) Taylor Swift Taylor Swift 63
"False God" 77
"Daylight" 89
"Lover (Remix)" (featuring Shawn Mendes) Non-album single
FKA Twigs "Holy Terrain" (featuring Future) Magdalene FKA Twigs, Nayvadius Wilburn, Lewis Roberts, Sounwave, Skrillex, Jason Boyd, Petar Lyondev FKA Twigs, Skrillex, Sounwave, Koreless, Kenny Beats
2020 The Chicks "Gaslighter" Gaslighter Martie Maguire, Natalie Maines, Emily Strayer The Chicks 107
"Sleep at Night" Teddy Geiger, The Chicks
"Texas Man" Martie Maguire, Natalie Maines, Emily Strayer, Teddy Geiger, Julia Michaels, Justin Tranter The Chicks
"Everybody Loves You"
"For Her"
"March March" Martie Maguire, Natalie Maines, Emily Strayer, Ross Golan, Ian Kirkpatrick, Daniel Dodd Wilson
"My Best Friend's Weddings" Martie Maguire, Natalie Maines, Emily Strayer, Justin Tranter
"Tights on My Boat" Martie Maguire, Natalie Maines, Emily Strayer, Julia Michaels
"Julianna Calm Down" Natalie Maines, Julia Michaels
"Young Man" Martie Maguire, Natalie Maines, Emily Strayer, Annie Clark, Justin Tranter
"Hope It's Something Good" Martie Maguire, Natalie Maines, Emily Strayer
"Set Me Free" Martie Maguire, Natalie Maines, Emily Strayer, Ben Abraham
Sia "Together" Music – Songs from and Inspired by the Motion Picture Sia Furler Jesse Shatkin (add.) 96
Carly Rae Jepsen "This Love Isn't Crazy" Dedicated Side B Carly Rae Jepsen Sole production Indicates songs written or produced by Jack Anotnoff
"Comeback" (featuring Bleachers)
Taylor Swift "My Tears Ricochet" Folklore Taylor Swift 16
"Mirrorball" Taylor Swift 26
"August" 23
"This Is Me Trying" 39
"Illicit Affairs" 44
"Betty" Aaron Dessner, Taylor Swift Aaron Dessner, Taylor Swift 42
"The Lakes" Taylor Swift Taylor Swift 118
Bleachers "Chinatown" (featuring Bruce Springsteen) TBA Evan Smith Patrik Berger
"45" Sole writing Indicates songs solely written or produced by Jack Antonoff Sole production Indicates songs written or produced by Jack Anotnoff
Taylor Swift "Gold Rush" Evermore Taylor Swift Taylor Swift 40
"Ivy" Aaron Dessner, Taylor Swift Aaron Dessner, Taylor Swift 61
2021 Sia "Play Dumb" Music – Songs from and Inspired by the Motion Picture Sia Furler Sia Furler
Lana Del Rey "White Dress" Chemtrails over the Country Club Lana Del Rey Lana Del Rey
"Chemtrails over the Country Club" 58
"Tulsa Jesus Freak"
"Let Me Love You Like a Woman" 87
"Wild at Heart"
"Dark But Just a Game"
"Not All Who Wander Are Lost"
"Breaking Up Slowly"
"Dance Till We Die" Lana Del Rey
"For Free" (featuring Zella Day and Weyes Blood
Taylor Swift "Mr. Perfectly Fine" Fearless (Taylor's Version) Taylor Swift
"That's When" (featuring Keith Urban)
"Don't You"
"Bye Bye Baby"

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