Abstract：Studies of organic electrode materials have attracted enormous attentions in the field of battery electrode materials. Compared with their inorganic counterparts, organic electrode materials are more popular because their structures can be designed, their compositional materials are renewable, their production costs are low, and the organic compounds are environmentally friendly. In this review, recent progresses on the development of organic electrode materials are presented. These organic electrode materials include conjugated carbonyl compounds, sulphur compounds, and compounds with nitrogen oxygen free radicals, etc. Finally, our viewpoints and perspectives on the research of developing future organic electrode materials are discussed.