The Neighbourhood Songs Ranked

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, anTo 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 songs ranked

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20. Flawless (I Love You, 2013)

“This song is awesome and the type of song that you’ll never get bored with even if you play it for like gazillion times. Flawless inspired me so much to write my own music and stories.”

19. Baby Came Home 2 / Valentines (Wiped Out!, 2015)

“This song is hands down the most beautiful song they’ve ever created, next to “Warm.” It’s so beautiful, this is one of my favorite song ever”

18. West Coast (The Love Collection, 2013)

“This song is absolutely groovy. This song is my second favorite it’s so good and I think it’s a little different from what they usually do.”

The Neighbourhood - Chip Chrome & The Mono-Tones Lyrics and Tracklist |  Genius

17. Wiped Out! (Wiped Out!, 2015)

“”Wiped Out!”, the title track, by itself, sounds good, but after two previous songs with similar instrumentation, we kind of get the idea. And I don’t like the “rapping” on this track. But the buildup at the end makes the song worth it. The song gets better after the buildup. It ends a little abruptly though.”

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16. Honest (The Amazing Spider-Man 2, 2014)

“This song is so good I actually can’t stop listening to it. Doesn’t get the credit it deserves because it’s a soundtrack song,”

15. A Little Death (I Love You, 2013)

“To me, it’s about all of this. It’s about being deprived all of human intimacy. Lead to believe that this is just what life is made of. And finally you have someone showing you that you indeed are worth feeling good. Not just sexually, though yes indeed sexually, but as a human again. There’s a certain spark. Like an otherworldly, almost spiritual feeling of being revived again.”

The Neighbourhood - Hard To Imagine The Neighbourhood Ever Changing | Siren  Records

14. The Beach (Wiped Out!, 2015)

“”The Beach” is not bad, but sounds too similar to some of these awful slow R&B pop songs that get put out these days. And it’s repetitive.”

13. Cry Baby (Wiped Out!, 2015)

“”Cry Baby” is another personal favorite. It has some similar instrumentation to “Prey”. It is very catchy and every instrument fits perfectly on this track.”

12. Female Robbery (I Love You, 2013)

“I think it’s about the oppression of difference. It’s about someone’s fear of being different and what that entails; abuse. Or it’s about the extreme censorship some face (overly protective parents, totalitarian states)”

Wiped Out! - Album by The Neighbourhood | Spotify

11. Single (Wiped Out!, 2015)

“Single” has a nice tune, but the acoustic guitar only accompanied by the chamber sound at some parts of this song sounds very awkward.”

10. Warm (#000000 & #FFFFFF, 2014)

“”I’m never satisfied…it’s never good enough.” This song kills me! The Neighbourhood is known for their original beats and rhythms and this song does not disappoint. The church bell in the end gets me every time. I truly love every single song of The Neighbourhood’s.”

9. Prey (Wiped Out!, 2015)

“Prey”, the first actual song, introduces the chamber sound prevalent on this record as well as the R&B sound. I really like “Prey”. It’s no masterpiece, but the instrumentation makes the song sound very full, with a string section and synthesized sound effects. However, the chorus for “Prey” is a bit weak.”

The Neighbourhood - I Love You. Lyrics and Tracklist | Genius

8. Let It Go (I Love You, 2013)

“I know the others here are good but this song right here is class! Tells a really depressing story and the song is just amazing.”

7. Lurk (#000000 & #FFFFFF, 2014)

“Such a sweet and cute song. Catchy and lot different to what type of songs the Nbhd usually do, but an amazing song”

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6. $TING (The Love Collection, 2013)

“This song has an amazing catchy beat and meaningful lyrics, definitely one of my favorites This one is so violent, but also emotional enough to be about love”

The neighbourhood - Sting (Lyrics) - YouTube

5. Afraid (I Love You, 2013)

“This song literally describes me when I feel nervous or afraid about something. The lyrics are just somewhat relatable for me.”

4. R.I.P. 2 My Youth (Wiped Out!, 2015)

“The whole atmosphere of this song is fantastic. The lyrics are deep and have such emotion. And the last two lines before the song’s breakdown, “I was naive and hopeful and lost, now I’m aware and driving my thoughts” always gives me chills.”

3. Daddy Issues (Wiped Out!, 2015)

“Daddy Issues” almost has a chillwave vibe, which seems a little out of place on the record. It has a very strong beat, during the verses, which may be the best element of the song. However, the lyrics are some of the worst on the album, and this potentially good track is extremely repetitive.”

The Neighbourhood - Hard to imagine - EP Lyrics and Tracklist | Genius

2. Wires (I’m Sorry…, 2012)

“The sound of the song is amazing and catchy. The meaning of the song is nice, and the acoustic version of this is BEAUTIFUL The lyrics are significantly less edgy and more substantial than those of other NBHD songs.”

1. Sweater Weather (I Love You 2013)

“I really like how catchy and chilled out this song sounds. This kind of describes beautiful weather in a way whilst looking out at the windows either at home or in a car.”