‘Teardrops’ is the band’s third ruler since the chart began in June.
Bring Me the Horizon extends its total of No. 1s on Billboard‘s newly-formed Hot Hard Rock Songs chart, thanks to the ascent of “Teardrops” on the list dated Nov. 7.
The British rockers snag their third No. 1 since the chart began in June; they’re the only act with even more than one ruler so far. “Teardrops” was preceded by “Parasite Eve” (July 11) and “Obey,” with Yungblud (Sept. 19), which led for a week each.
Released Oct. 22, “Teardrops” nabbed 1.9 million U.S. streams and sold 3,000 downloads in its first full tracking week (Oct. 23-29), according to Nielsen Music/MRC Data.