Panic! on the Disco Scores First Hot Rock Songs No. 1 With 'High Hopes'

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The tune additionally surges to No. 11 on the Hot 100.

Thirteen years into its chart profession, Panic! on the Disco continues its sizzling streak of topping tallies for the primary time, because the Brendon Urie-led band earns its first No. 1 on Billboard's Hot Rock Songs chart with "High Hopes."

The second single from the group's sixth studio album, Pray for the Wicked, ascends 2-1 on the Nov. 10-dated record, which blends streaming, airplay and gross sales information.

"Hopes" is the highest Airplay Gainer on Hot Rock Songs for a fifth week, up 26 % to 71.three million all-format viewers impressions, in accordance with Nielsen Music. It additionally drew 10.5 million U.S. streams (up 6 %) and bought 20,000 downloads (up 1 %) within the monitoring week.

Per week earlier, "Hopes" grew to become Panic!'s first No. 1 on Rock Digital Song Sales, the place it stays on the summit.

It additionally ranks at No. three on each the all-rock-format Rock Airplay chart (10.6 million in rock radio viewers) and Rock Streaming Songs.

The band had hit a earlier No. three peak on Hot Rock Songs, which started in 2009, with "Hallelujah" in May 2015.

Elsewhere on radio, "Hopes" concurrently bullets at its No. 2 excessive on the Alternative Songs airplay chart. Now a crossover hit, it's scaling the Adult Pop Songs (Eight-6) and Pop Songs (15-12) airplay rankings. The tune blasts 21-11 on the all-genre streaming-, airplay- and sales-based Billboard Hot 100, the place the band is in search of its first Hot 100 prime 10 since its debut entry, "I Write Sins Not Tragedies," reached No. 7 in 2006.

In addition to finishing its first journeys to No. 1 on Hot Rock Songs and Rock Digital Song Sales with "Hopes,"  Panic! notched its first Billboard airplay chart chief in June with lead Wicked single "Say Amen (Saturday Night)."

The band first reached a Billboard chart on Oct. 15, 2005, when its debut album A Fever You Can't Sweat Out arrived on a number of surveys, together with at No. 1 on Heatseekers Albums.