AJR Albums Ranked

AJR is an American indie pop trio composed of multi-instrumentalist brothers Adam, Jack, and Ryan Met. Their most successful songs include “I’m Ready”, “Burn the House Down”, “Way Less Sad”, “Weak”, and “Bang!”. In 2019, their third album Neotheater debuted at number 8 on the Billboard 200 and hit number one on the Top Rock Albums chart.[3] “Bang!” is their highest-charting song and the only song to reach the top 10, peaking at number 8 on the Billboard Hot 100 on January 22, 2021. The name “AJR” comes from the first initials of the three brothers, Adam, Jack, and Ryan. The band writes, produces, and mixes their material in the living room of their apartment in New York City. Their musical style has been described as “eclectic,” combining elements of pop, doo-wop, electronic, and dubstep. Here are all of AJR’s albums ranked.

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4. Living Room (2015)

AJR - Living Room Lyrics and Tracklist | Genius

“It’s incredibly rare that I listen to an album and enjoy every track on it, but, lo and behold, that’s exactly what happened with Living Room. Actually, now that I think about it, I’ve loved every AJR song I’ve ever heard and that’s saying something because I’ve listened to all of them”

3. OK Orchestra (2021)

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“Love this album. Bang! Was the song that started it all for me. Grateful I found this group. Meaningful lyrics, many instruments and sounds of different genres of music.”

2. Neotheater (2019)

Neotheater with the click colors: AJR

“Perfect album with tracks both reminiscing of a simpler past and not feeling ready for the future. Beautiful arrangements and melodies in the tracks give this album a grandiose feel (with a name like Neotheater it’s definitely fitting). All in all if you’re a fan of this band or you’re a millenial who is not sure what to do with your life, this album will speak to you.”

1. The Click (2017)

The Click (Deluxe Edition)” – Panther Prints

“Yeah the title might be overstated. -AJR says exactly what I’m thinking. I like how there songs grapple with some of the hard issues people face while growing up in their early-mid twenties. I could do with less of the electronic aspet, but overall their songs are fun and upbeat – very good quality and well written.”