There's a lot of movin' and shakin' on this week's Top 10 of the Billboard Rock Songs chart. Alex Clare's "Too Close" gets booted off the chart after only one week, which makes room for one new entry. And that new entry doesn't waste any time having an impact on the countdown...
"It's Time" may be nearing the end of its time in our Top 10. The Imagine Dragons single, which is included on the band's recent EP Continued Silence, falls two notches this week to No. 8.
This week's Billboard Rock Songs chart free fall continues. Grouplove had reached No. 3 with "Tongue Tied," threatening to top our countdown as they had done with the Alternative Songs chart. But those chart-topping dreams are now officially over: This week, "Tongue Tied" falls from No. 5 to No. 7.
For two weeks in a row, "Little Talks" sat at No. 3. But now, Of Monsters and Men are losing ground. Their breakthrough smash falls two spots to No. 5.
The Black Keys won't be sending a second straight single from El Camino to No. 1 after all. "Lonely Boy" spent an impressive 14 weeks at the top of the chart, but "Gold on the Ceiling" could never get higher than No. 2, where it resided for nine weeks. This week, though, the track drops a spot to No. 3.
"Burn It Down" has been in the Top 10 for 14 weeks now, and for most of that time it's been at No. 1. No longer: After 10 weeks in the top spot, the Linkin Park single falls to No. 2. This means that the band's 27 weeks at No. 1 is second only to Foo Fighters for the most time for any one band at the top of the Rock Songs chart.
Uno!, Green Day's first studio album since 2009's 21st Century Breakdown, will be arriving on September 25. Fans are clearly excited about the first single. "Oh Love" rockets up to the top of the Billboard Rock Songs chart in its first week, debuting at No. 1. This is the third single in the three-year history of the Rock Songs chart to hit No. 1 in its very first week of release. (The other two? Foo Fighters' "Rope" and Linkin Park's "The Catalyst.")