For the first time since November 2018, an act not named Panic! at the Disco is No. 1 on Billboard's Hot Rock Songs chart.
Twenty One Pilots' new single "Level of Concern" dethrones Panic!'s "High Hopes," rising 2-1 to rule the Hot Rock Songs list dated April 25. [source]
"High Hopes," released on May 23, 2018, is currently SECOND on Billboard's Hot Rock Songs chart for the week of April 25, 2020.
Also on this week's chart: EVERY song on The Strokes' latest album.
Consulting the ancient texts pic.twitter.com/xTs1SrzrkR
— Jules (@Julian_Epp) April 16, 2020
Idea: "We Didn't Start the Fire," but the lyrics are all targets of "fellas, is it gay" mockery.
An MP3 player. A phone booth. A sports car. A hot tub.
Each track they select sends them back to that time period to meet the artist. [source]
Track: Fleetwood Mac – "Go Your Own Way."
Track: Aaliyah – "Age Ain't Nothing but a Number."