The Neighbourhood (sometimes rendered as “THE NBHD”) is an American rock band formed in Newbury Park, California, in 2011. The band is composed of vocalist Jesse Rutherford, guitarist Jeremy Freedman and Zach Abels, bassist Mikey Margott, and drummer Brandon Alexander Fried. After releasing two EPs, I’m Sorry… and Thank You, The Neighbourhood released its first full-length album I Love You. on April 23, 2013, via Columbia Records. The same year, the EP “The Love Collection” was released; and in November 2014, a mixtape titled #000000 & #FFFFFF. A second album, Wiped Out! was released on October 30, 2015. On March 9, 2018, a self-titled third studio album came out, preceded by the release of two EPs: Hard on September 22, 2017, which briefly charted on the Billboard 200, and To Imagine on January 12, 2018. After the release of the album, the tracks from the extended plays not included on the final tracklisting were collected in another EP, Hard to Imagine. Here are all of The Neighbourhood albums ranked.
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4. Chip Chrome & The Mono-Tones (2020)
“The Neighborhood’s fourth studio album , shows us a slightly fresher side to their discography, exploring Indie Pop / Rock in its greatest sound, with shades of psychedelia, Alternative Dance and Dream Pop.
It is a short album, of 31 minutes. of duration but that could offer a very complete experience compared to its predecessors.”
3. The Neighbourhood (2018)
“The Neighbourhood’s self titled album is largely an Alternative R&B album but does not shy away from influences from Indie Rock. It even has a bit of an Avant-Garde influence. Best songs are “Void”, “Blue”, “Sadderdaze”, and “Too Serious”.”
2. Wiped Out! (2015)
“My expectations for Wiped Out! were subdued due to some of the shortcomings of The Neighborhood’s prior release. The intro track “A Moment of Silence” instantly caught my attention. As the album entered the queue, music ceased to play and a sense of mild calm overcame me. The blip of sound at the end sets the stage as a disjointed album.”
1. I Love You (2013)
“I Love You. was the album that introduced me to The Neighbourhood when I started using Spotify in 2017. I was immediately hooked by the harsh hatred of ‘Afraid’, the relatability of ‘Staying Up’ and the overall dreary, murky atmosphere that the songs are shrouded in.”