This week's Billboard Rock Songs chart doesn't feature any new tracks in the Top 10, but there's a decent amount of movement within the chart to keep things exciting. And watch out: fun.'s "Some Nights" is currently sitting at No. 11, just waiting to crack our countdown very soon.
Just when you thought rock fans had had enough of "Midnight City," the dance track is enjoying a second residency in the Top 10. M83 had fallen out of the Top 10 in late June, peaking at No. 7 with their single from last year's Hurry Up, We're Dreaming. But now the song is zooming up the chart again, rising two spots to No. 8. In other news, the group have been tapped to score Oblivion, the new film from the director of Tron: Legacy.
This week's high-climbers are Imagine Dragons. "It's Time" entered the Top 10 two weeks ago, and this week the indie-pop tune jumps up three spots to No. 6.
The first hit from My Head Is an Animal, "Little Talks," can't be stopped. In its ninth week in the Top 10, the Of Monsters and Men track climbs up another spot and now sits at No. 4. By the way, apparently Of Monsters and Men are the most commercially successful Icelandic band ever in the U.S.
Despite all the movement at the bottom of the chart, the Top 3 remain stubbornly unchanged. Grouplove's "Tongue Tied" holds on to the No. 3 spot for a third week in a row.
"Gold on the Ceiling" is at No. 2 for a seventh consecutive week. The Black Keys' follow-up to "Lonely Boy" is now being featured in the trailer for The Campaign, which I'm sure they're happy about. As for other companies using their songs, well, that's a bit of a sore subject for the duo.
Living Things debuted at No. 1 on the Billboard album chart, which is the fifth disc from Linkin Park to hit the top spot. On the Rock Songs chart, it's good news as well. The first single, "Burn It Down," stays at No. 1 for an eighth straight week. This is now the longest run for a No. 1 single since the Black Keys' "Lonely Boy" ruled the chart for 14 weeks.