If you're wondering how Shinedown and the Offspring did on this week's Billboard Rock Songs chart, I've got some bad news: Both bands fell out of the Top 10. In their place is a new entrant and a Las Vegas unit that are making a return engagement...
Grouplove first entered the Top 10 about five months ago with "Tongue Tied." Since then, the single has peaked at No. 3 before making its way down the chart. But after two weeks at No. 10, "Tongue Tied" enjoys a slight uptick this week, moving up to No. 9.
The Black Keys will be one of the bands competing with Imagine Dragons for Best Rock Video. (Their "Lonely Boy" got the nod.) In the meantime, the Black Keys' follow-up track, "Gold on the Ceiling," continues to tumble down the chart. This week, it falls from No. 5 to No. 7.
Of Monsters and Men shouldn't be counted out just yet. "Little Talks" had been falling down the chart, but last week the Icelandic single moved from No. 8 to No. 7. This week, it climbs another spot to No. 6. The breakout smash from My Head Is an Animal probably won't be able to duplicate its previous peak at No. 3, but the bouncy tune still has plenty of life left in it.
Last week, Alex Clare was the countdown's high climber, pole-vaulting four spots to No. 3. "Too Close" doesn't gain any ground this week, though, cooling its heels at No. 3 for a second straight week.
Uno!, of course, means "one" in Spanish, and that's a number Green Day are becoming very familiar with. For the fourth time in five weeks, the album's first single, "Oh Love," hangs out at No. 1 on our countdown. They'll be looking to continue that streak by the time the album drops, which will be September 25.