The monitor is Mumford’s fourth chief on the listing & first since “Believe” in 2015.
Mumford & Sons halt Panic! on the Disco's 10-week run atop the Billboard's Alternative Songs airplay chart with "High Hopes," as "Guiding Light" lifts Three-1 on the Jan. 26-dated listing.
The British band earns its fourth No. 1 on the listing and first since "Believe," which dominated for 3 weeks in April-May 2015. Since then, Mumford & Sons had scored an extra prime 5 hit ("The Wolf," No. four, August 2015) and a prime 15 monitor ("Ditmas," No. 15, February 2016).
The Marcus Mumford-led act first dominated Alternative Songs with debut entry "Little Lion Man," for per week in October 2010. Its different No. 1, "I Will Wait," additionally for per week, in October 2012.
With "Light" having beforehand led the Adult Alternative Songs airplay chart for 10 weeks, it's the primary tune to have topped each tallies since Portugal. The Man's "Live within the Moment" in early 2018. One different title has performed so for the reason that starting of 2018: Alice Merton's "No Roots."
"Light" has since fallen to No. four on Adult Alternative Songs, with Maggie Rogers, Mumford & Sons' most up-to-date tour opener, taking excessive spot for the final three weeks operating with "Light On."
Mumford's "Light" concurrently holds at its No. 2 excessive on the all-rock-format Rock Airplay chart with 10.5 million viewers impressions, up 2 %, in accordance with Nielsen Music.
The tune has additionally been making inroads at pop radio, rising 28-26 on Adult Pop Songs. The band's earlier entry on the listing, "Believe," reached No. 17 in May 2015, turning into the band's third prime 20 hit. It led the listing with "I Will Wait" in April 2013.
"Light" is the lead single from Delta, Mumford & Sons' fourth LP, which bowed because the band's third No. 1 on the Billboard 200 dated Dec. 1, 2018, with 230,000 equal album items earned in its first week.