Jack Antonoff Is ‘Desperate’ For Kids, Says He And Lena Dunham Are Like An Old Couple

The Bleachers frontman talks about marriage and kids with New York magazine.

Jack Antonoff may be in a few cool bands, and Lena Dunham may have created a TV show geared toward twentysomethings, but if it were up to them, they’d be lounging at a spa with a bunch of 56-year-olds. Or something like that.

In a new interview with New York Magazine, the Bleachers frontman tried to slink away from talking about his public relationship, but divulged that he and the “Girls” star are actually an old couple … and that they’ve talked about marriage.

For example, he tells the story of them going to a day spa and chilling with some older people:

“Everyone else was 56 and, like, either coming off a divorce or trying to dry out,” Antonoff told the mag. “We were like, This is great! We love being here!”

Exhibit B, “a perfect story for what we’re like,” he said: “One time we were at a dinner party where everyone was over 60 and, before we knew it, we realized that everyone at the table had gone outside to smoke pot and they didn’t invite us. That basically says it all.”

The two old souls have thought about tying the knot, but he said it isn’t happening anytime soon.

“I think all people in relationships that last longer than a year start talking about that stuff. It’s hard to imagine when the right time is because things are so crazy at the moment,” he said.

And as for kids? He admitted he’s “desperate” for them.

“It just seems like the most fun thing in the world,” Antonoff said. “I’ve never met people who have kids who haven’t looked me in the eye and been like, ‘It’s the greatest thing that’s ever happened … I think it’s biological. I’m 30. I’m not that young, right? I’m not, like, 24 or 22. I’m no longer in the phase of my life where I talk about everything as in the future. Like, I’m in the future.”

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