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Phoenix tops adult alternative airplay charts with ‘Alpha Zulu’ – Billboard

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Phoenix is ​​back at No. 1 BoardThe US Adult Alternative Airplay chart, as “Alpha Zulu”, reached the top of the poll dated August 6th.

The song is the second leader of the French band after “Identical”‘s two-week rule at the end of 2020. “Identical” took 13 weeks to reach the top of the charts, while “Alpha” completed its journey in its eighth frame.

After taking more than a decade to earn the first, Phoenix now has two straight Adult Alternative Airplay No. The band first appeared with “1901”, which debuted in August 2009 and peaked at number 6 in April 2010, and also made the list with “Entertainment” (number 16, 2013), “J-Boy”. No. 9, 2017) and “Tea amo” (No. 40, 2017).

Concurrently, “Alpha” peaked 15–14 on alternative airplay, marking the band’s highest charting song since “Trying to Be Cool”, Phoenix’s third top 10, peaking at number 10 in 2013. . 1 on the list: “1901,” which reigned for two weeks in 2010. Its other top 10, “Lisztomania,” peaked at number 4 in 2010.

On an alt-rock-format, audience-based rock and alternative airplay ranking, according to Luminet, “Alpha” is ranked 18th, with 1.9 million audience impressions, peaking at number 17. This is again Phoenix’s top rank after “Cool”, which peaked at number 16 in 2013. The band’s highest-charting song is “1901”, which peaked at number 3, while “Lisztomania” peaked at number 5.

The track is currently a standalone single. Phoenix’s most recent full length, t amo3 on the Top Alternative Albums chart in July 2017 and has earned 84,000 equivalent album units to date. between t amo and “Alpha,” Phoenix released the non-album tracks “Monologue” and “Identical,” which were recorded on the rocks song music.

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Reference from www.billboard.com

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