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That photo was taken during the same shoot for the original album art. We always liked the image, but when we chose these four songs to put out together, they all have this spacey, eerie quality about them. I think the wind being in our hair, the natural elements messing us up, it’s a little more unsettling and I feel like these songs—I don’t think they lack optimism, but they’re a little more focused on fear and unsteadiness.

Lucy Dacus on the packaging and feel of The Rest[3]

The Rest is the second extended play by American indie rock supergroup Boygenius, released through Interscope Records on October 13, 2023. A follow-up to the band's first full-length album The Record,[4] individual songs were revealed one at a time while on tour,[5][6] eventually performing the entire EP.[7] The EP has received positive reviews from critics.


According to the review aggregator Metacritic, The Rest received "generally favorable reviews" based on a weighted average score of 75 out of 100 from six critic scores.[8] Editors at AllMusic rated this album 3.5 out of 5 stars, with critic Stephen Thomas Erlewine writing that "the EP feels a bit hushed when compared to the LP, a quietness that helps shift the focus to the individual singer/songwriters rather than the collective" and called this "a welcome coda to the relative exuberance of The Record".[2] This album was shortlisted as notable for the week at BrooklynVegan, where Andrew Sacher opined that "this material is just as strong as the songs on the full-length".[9] Alex Hudson of Exclaim! chose this as a Staff Pick stating that "as we near the end of 2023, it reasserts boygenius as one of the year's defining bands, and even more than the sum of their formidable parts".[10] El Hunt of Evening Standard gave this EP 4 out of 5 stars, writing that "The Rest feels less cohesive than The Record, and rather than a love letter to accidentally stumbling on creative alchemy, Dacus, Baker and Bridgers all get their own moments in the spotlight" and called it "the perfect debut companion piece".[11]

Alana Rae praised the storytelling in this album in her review for The New Zealand Herald, writing that "the four songs follow complex, often melancholic, relationships with others or, in some cases, themselves".[12] Thomas Smith of NME gave The Rest 4 out of 5 stars, stating that "there’s material... that could have fought hard for space on their debut album".[13] Olivia Horn, writing for Pitchfork Media, scored this album a 7.5 out of 10, stating that it is "aglow with the sense of triumph that has haloed the group’s recent history".[1] In Spill Magazine, this was an editor's pick and critic Joseph Mastel rated it 4.5 out of 5, concluding "it might not reach the perfection of the record, but the rest is still a magnificent group of songs".[14] Marc Abbott of Under the Radar rated this EP 6 out of 10, writing that while "there are moments of brilliance" here, but that it "comes across as sounding like that’s exactly what they deserve and need: a rest".[15]

Editors at Spin chose this as the 21st best EP of 2023.[16]

Track listing

All songs written by Julien Baker, Phoebe Bridgers, and Lucy Dacus, except where noted

  1. "Black Hole" – 2:21
  2. "Afraid of Heights" – 2:41
  3. "Voyager" (Baker, Bridgers, Dacus, Christian Lee Hutson, Conor Oberst, and Marshall Vore) – 2:48
  4. "Powers" – 4:14



  • Julien Baker – instrumentation, vocals, lead vocals on first verse of "Black Hole" and all of "Powers", production
  • Phoebe Bridgers – instrumentation, vocals, co-lead vocals on second verse of "Black Hole", lead vocals on all of "Voyager", production
  • Lucy Dacus – instrumentation, vocals, co-lead vocals on second verse of "Black Hole", lead vocals on all of "Afraid of Heights", production

Additional personnel

  • Ariel Baldwin – design
  • Tony Berg – production
  • Jake Finch – keyboards, strings, sound design, production
  • Matt Grubb – cover photography[5]
  • Ethan Gruska – keyboards, sound design, vocal engineering, production
  • Christian Lee Hutson – guitar
  • Calvin Lauber – bass guitar, sound design, vocal engineering, production
  • Will Maclellan – engineering
  • Mike Mogis – mixing
  • Collin Pastore – pedal steel guitar, sound design, engineering, production
  • Lowell Reynolds – engineering
  • Pat Sullivan – mastering
  • Marshall Vore – drums, production
  • Nathaniel Walcott – horn


Chart performance for The Rest
Chart (2023)Peak
German Albums (Offizielle Top 100)[17]67
US Billboard 200[18]50
US Top Alternative Albums (Billboard)[19]6
US Folk Albums (Billboard)[20]4
US Top Rock Albums (Billboard)[21]8

See also


  1. ^ a b Horn, Olivia (October 13, 2023). "Boygenius: The Rest Album Review". Albums. Pitchfork Media. Retrieved October 13, 2023.
  2. ^ a b Erlewine, Stephen Thomas (n.d.). "Boygenius – The Rest". AllMusic. RhythmOne. Retrieved November 12, 2023.
  3. ^ Levin, Harry (October 9, 2023). "The Sound Of Collision: Boygenius Discuss Creating 'The Rest,' Their Deepening Friendship & Identities". Interview. The Recording Academy. Retrieved October 11, 2023.
  4. ^ Osmon, Erin (October 10, 2023). "Boygenius rewrites the rules of rock stardom". Music. Los Angeles Times. ISSN 2165-1736. OCLC 3638237. Retrieved October 11, 2023.
  5. ^ a b Dailey, Hannah (September 26, 2023). "Boygenius Announces Surprise EP 'The Rest': Here's When It Arrives". Music News. Billboard. ISSN 0006-2510. Retrieved October 11, 2023.
  6. ^ Madarang, Charisma (September 26, 2023). "Boygenius Promise 'The Rest' With Upcoming EP". Music > Music News. Rolling Stone. ISSN 0035-791X. Retrieved October 11, 2023.
  7. ^ Campbell, Erica (October 6, 2023). "boygenius bring The Rest to Madison Square Garden". Music > Features > Boygenius. Paste. ISSN 1540-3106. Retrieved October 11, 2023.
  8. ^ "the rest by boygenius Reviews and Tracks – Metacritic". Metacritic. Fandom, Inc. n.d. Retrieved November 12, 2023.
  9. ^ Sacher, Andrew (October 13, 2023). "Album Reviews: ††† (Crosses), Bad Bunny, boygenius, more". Notable Releases of the Week. BrooklynVegan. Retrieved October 13, 2023.
  10. ^ Hudson, Alex (October 13, 2023). "'the rest' Confirms boygenius as One of 2023's Defining Bands". Reviews. Exclaim!. ISSN 1207-6600. Retrieved October 13, 2023.
  11. ^ Hunt, El (October 12, 2023). "Boygenius ‒ The Rest EP review: the supergroup's offcuts make for shimmering companion piece". Culture > Music. Evening Standard. ISSN 2041-4404. Retrieved October 12, 2023.
  12. ^ Rae, Alana (October 27, 2023). "Review: boygenius follow-up EP brings story-telling to the fore". The Listener / Entertainment. The New Zealand Herald. ISSN 1170-0777. Retrieved October 27, 2023.
  13. ^ Smith, Thomas (October 12, 2023). "Boygenius – 'The Rest' EP: a magical coda to their mega year". Reviews > Album Reviews. NME. ISSN 0028-6362. Retrieved October 12, 2023.
  14. ^ Mastel, Joseph (October 13, 2023). "Boygenius – The Rest". Album Reviews. Spill Magazine. Retrieved October 13, 2023.
  15. ^ Abbott, Marc (October 20, 2023). "boygenius: the rest ep (Interscope) review". Reviews. Under the Radar. ISSN 1553-2305. Retrieved October 20, 2023.
  16. ^ Shipley, Al (December 19, 2023). "The Best EPs Of 2023". Lists >> Year-End Lists. Spin. ISSN 0886-3032. Retrieved December 19, 2023.
  17. ^ " – Boygenius – The Rest" (in German). GfK Entertainment Charts. Retrieved October 20, 2023.
  18. ^ "Boygenius Chart History (Billboard 200)". Billboard. Retrieved November 12, 2023.
  19. ^ "Boygenius Chart History (Top Alternative Albums)". Billboard. Retrieved November 12, 2023.
  20. ^ "Boygenius Chart History (Top Americana/Folk Albums)". Billboard. Retrieved November 12, 2023.
  21. ^ "Boygenius Chart History (Top Rock Albums)". Billboard. Retrieved November 12, 2023.

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Boygenius (stylized in all lowercase) is an American indie supergroup[1][2][3][4] consisting of American singer-songwriters Julien Baker, Phoebe Bridgers, and Lucy Dacus.[5][6] They debuted with their self-titled EP in 2018,[7][8][9] and then returned after a hiatus with their debut studio album, The Record (2023), which was both a critical and commercial success, winning the members three Grammy Awards. Labeled an "instant classic" by NME,[10] it topped the charts in the UK, Ireland and the Netherlands, and peaked at number four on the U.S. Billboard 200. Their second EP, The Rest, was released on October 13, 2023.[11] The group is currently on hiatus.[12]


2018: Formation, EP, and tour

Julien Baker (left, April 2018), Phoebe Bridgers (center, July 2018), and Lucy Dacus (right, October 2019)

Bridgers has called the formation of the group "kind of an accident," wherein each of the members were simply fans of each other's work and then became friends.[4] Both Dacus and Bridgers had opened for Baker on separate tours in 2016, and they all ran in similar circles as young up-and-coming performers navigating the indie scene.[13][14]

The three became close and shared their frustrations of constantly being compared to each other as "women in rock" despite their considerably different musical styles.[15] Dacus has commented that the idea of women in music "should not be remarkable whatsoever," with Bridgers adding, "it's not a genre."[15] Each has spoken on the tendency of the music industry to pit women against each other, and the group was formed in part to reject this idea.[4][15] "I hope people see the three of us and know there isn't competition," Dacus has said. "You don't have to compete with your contemporaries. You can make something good with people you admire."[16]

Baker had joked to Dacus years before about a "pipe dream" that they could one day all form a band.[17] The three decided to book a co-headlining tour in early 2018, and they originally planned to record a single or cover so that they could perform something together on stage.[4] Upon meeting up that summer, however, they found themselves overwhelmed with ideas, and they ended up forming the band, writing, recording, and self-producing the Boygenius EP in four days, with the process involving almost exclusively women.[16][18]

Each brought one full song and one incomplete idea with them to the group.[19] They sought to create an environment free of the competitiveness and "bravado" they had often encountered in previous experiences, and they have remarked that the absence of adult men in the process proved significant, allowing them to relate to each other openly without constantly having to explain themselves.[4][18] The record was met with universal acclaim from critics and audiences alike; it was named the 12th best album of 2018 by NPR Music, despite being only an EP.[20] Their subsequent tour that November saw them performing all across the U.S., as well as on Late Night with Seth Meyers and the Tiny Desk.[17][21][22]

2019–2022: Continuing collaborations

The group was slated to perform in summer 2019 at Woodstock 50, before its cancellation due to a series of production issues.[23][24] In 2020, they were featured on Hayley Williams' "Roses/Lotus/Violet/Iris" from her EP Petals for Armor II, and also reunited on backing vocals for numerous songs from each other's solo projects: "Graceland Too" and "I Know the End" from Bridgers' Grammy-nominated Punisher, Baker's Little Oblivions single "Favor", and Dacus's "Please Stay" and "Going Going Gone" on Home Video.[25] With the releases scattered throughout the year, all of these were actually recorded on the same day, a process Dacus said "had the same atmosphere as when we recorded the boygenius EP[...] a natural result of being together, easy as can be."[25]

In July 2020, the trio released a handful of demos from their Boygenius recording sessions on Bandcamp to raise money for charitable organizations in their respective hometowns, raising over $23,000 for the Downtown Women's Center of Los Angeles, OUTMemphis, and Mutual Aid Distribution Richmond.[26][27] After reuniting on stage for occasional surprise appearances at one another's solo tours throughout 2021, the group performed their first full show together since 2018 as the headliner of Bread and Roses Presents' annual benefit concert in San Francisco on November 19, 2021.[28]

2023–2024: Record release, activities, and hiatus

In January 2023, the band announced their debut studio album, The Record, with a release date of March 31, 2023. The album artwork and three singles from the album, "$20," "Emily I'm Sorry," and "True Blue" were released alongside the album's initial announcement.[29] The three videos from the singles were all directed by Kristen Stewart, and were combined into a single promotional short film called The Film.[30] On January 31, 2023, AEG (Anschutz Entertainment Group) Presents announced that the band would be one of three headline acts at the inaugural Re:SET Concert Series.[31] In April 2023, the group played at the Coachella Music Festival.[32] They then embarked on an international tour, dubbed The Tour.

On September 20, 2023, a music video was released for their song "Cool About It" directed by Lauren Tsai.[33] On October 13, the band released their second EP The Rest, which includes four new songs.[34] On November 11, 2023, the band was the musical guest on Saturday Night Live, performing two songs and appearing in a sketch with Timothée Chalamet.[35] On November 17, 2023, the band collaborated with Ye Vagabonds to release a cover of "The Parting Glass", paying tribute to the late Sinéad O'Connor, an Irish singer and activist. All proceeds were donated to the Aisling Project, Sinéad O’Connor Estate's charity of choice.[36] The group received seven nominations at the 66th Annual Grammy Awards, including Album of the Year and Record of the Year, ultimately winning three, including Best Alternative Music Album.[37]

On February 2, 2024, the band announced an indefinite hiatus during a secret show in Los Angeles.[38] They said the hiatus would last for the foreseeable future. Before the final song of their set, Dacus said "this is the last song" and Baker added "not ever".[39]


The group has been vocal about the origins of their name, which began as a joke and a way to encourage each other in the studio.[18] All three had shared negative experiences with overconfident male collaborators—as Baker put it, "the archetype of the tortured genius, [a] specifically male artist who has been told since birth that their every thought is not only worthwhile but brilliant."[19] Dacus described the "boy genius" trope as "boys and men we know who've been told that they are geniuses since they could hear, basically," and has detailed how they attempted to channel that energy while making the EP. "If one person was having a thought—'I don't know if this is good, it's probably terrible'—it was like, 'No! Be the boy genius! Your every thought is worthwhile, just spit it out.'"[18]

The group occasionally writes their name as "xboygeniusx", such as on social media and their website.[40][41] This is a tongue-in-cheek reference to the X symbol of the straight-edge punk subculture, which Baker was somewhat involved in as a teen. She noted that they had all joked about boygenius being a hardcore band, and when creating their social media they thought it would be funny to stylize themselves as extremely punk when it wasn't characteristic of any of their music at the time.[42]


Studio albums

List of studio albums, with selected details and peak chart positions
TitleDetailsPeak chart positionsCertifications
The Record4311811236221

Extended plays

List of EPs, with selected details and peak chart positions
TitleEP detailsPeak chart positions







  • Released: October 26, 2018
  • Label: Matador
  • Format: LP, CD, digital download, streaming
The Rest
  • Released: October 13, 2023
  • Label: Interscope
  • Format: LP, CD, digital download, streaming
"—" denotes a recording that did not chart.


List of singles, with selected chart positions
TitleYearPeak chart positionsAlbum





"$20"20233044The Record
"Emily I'm Sorry"254431
"True Blue"
"Not Strong Enough"12026789
"Cool About It"[69]2[B]349721
"The Parting Glass"
(with Ye Vagabonds)
[C]44Non-album single
"—" denotes a recording that did not chart.

Other charted songs

List of other charted songs, with selected chart positions
TitleYearPeak chart positionsAlbum

"Without You Without Them"202339The Record
"Revolution 0"40
"Letter to an Old Poet"35
"Black Hole"1856The Rest
"Afraid of Heights"25
"—" denotes a recording that did not chart.

Music videos

List of music videos
"Not Strong Enough"2023Julien Baker, Phoebe Bridgers, and Lucy Dacus
"Emily I'm Sorry" (from The Film)Kristen Stewart
"$20" (from The Film)
"True Blue" (from The Film)
"Cool About It"Lauren Tsai


Accolades for Boygenius
YearAssociationNominated WorkCategoryResultRef.
2024Grammy AwardsThe RecordAlbum of the YearNominated
Best Alternative Music AlbumWon
Best Engineered Album, Non-ClassicalNominated
"Not Strong Enough"Record of the YearNominated
Best Rock SongWon
Best Rock PerformanceWon
"Cool About It"Best Alternative Music PerformanceNominated


  1. ^ Boygenius did not enter the US Billboard 200 chart, but peaked at number 3 on the US Heatseekers chart.[62]
  2. ^ "Cool About It" did not enter the Hot Alternative Songs chart but peaked at number 34 on the Alternative Airplay Chart.[70]
  3. ^ "The Parting Glass" did not enter the Hot Alternative Songs chart but peaked at number ten on the Alternative Digital Song Sales Chart.[71]


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