Antonoff, 34, told Elvis Duran the say that he is incredibly honored to be on the soundtrack of a such a moving film. He loves coming-of-age stories and feels like John Hughes (The Breakfast Club, Pretty In Pink) style movies are a lost genre. Jack got involved with film after they used two other Bleachers songs. He wrote "Alfie's Song" after seeing the stand-alone movie without music.
"I was terrified that I'd screw it up. To get involved with film, it's a big deal." Jack later told us he wrote the song for his 2-year-old godson, "The movie is about first love. So I wanted to wring a song for a young kid about how hard it is. I wanted to say to a young kid, 'Hey, this is going to hurt you again and again.'"
During his visit, Jack performed a stripped-down cover of Icona Pop's "I Love It" that made Elvis cry!
"Everything you do, it just seems so effortless," Duran told the Grammy award-winner.
Full video performance from Jack Antonoff's visit to Elvis Duran and the Morning show below: