"You don't want someone [to] walk into your house and they're confronted [with] the visuals of achievements," Antonoff said
The Bleachers frontman, 39, told the press room at the 2024 Grammys about where his past golden gramophones have lived and where his newly acquired ones will be residing.
"They lived in my parents' house for a while," he said of his Grammys, though Antonoff still remained undecided about where his new awards would be featured.
"You're proud, but you don't want someone [to] walk into your house and they're confronted [with] the visuals of achievements," he explained.
The "Rollercoaster" musician said he could "only think about how proud and excited and hungry I am" when he was asked about his Grammys' placements.
Elsewhere in the discussion, the pop super-producer discussed the impact of continuing to receive Grammys throughout his career.
"I'm more and more shocked," he said, adding, "When you see your name come up, anyone who tells you they're used to it, I think is completely full of it."
Antonoff attended the 2024 Grammys with his wife Margaret Qualley and enjoyed the evening with his frequent collaborators Taylor Swift and Lana Del Rey at the ceremony. The trio even posed for a photo before Swift, 34, won best pop vocal album for Midnights.
The "I Wanna Get Better" performer co-wrote Swift's "Anti-Hero" and Del Rey's "A&W," both of which were nominated for song of the year, and he took home a Grammy for producer of the year, non-classical award for the third year in a row.
"Anti-Hero" was also up for record of the year, and Antonoff also worked on Swift's Midnights and Del Rey's Did you know that there's a tunnel under Ocean Blvd, which were both in the running for album of the year. (Swift ultimately took home the prize.)
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In November 2023, Antonoff announced Bleachers' fourth studio album was on its way.
The self-titled album was announced alongside the nostalgic single "Alma Mater," which features guest vocals from Del Rey, 38.
Bleachers is due March 8 via the record label Dirty Hit, and Bleachers also announced a United States From the Studio to the Stage tour, in support of the upcoming album.
The tour is set to kick off on May 18 in Salt Lake City and make stops in major cities before wrapping on June 15 in Asbury Park, New Jersey. The shows will feature Samia as an opener.
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