On this week's Billboard Rock Songs chart, we say goodbye to Coldplay, whose "Every Teardrop Is a Waterfall" drops out of the Top 10. That leaves room for one new entry, but the real story is how our Top Three refuse to budge an inch. That's going to make it tough for any new songs to muscle their way up the ladder.
Foo Fighters are one of two bands to have two tracks in this week's Top 10. "Rope" falls one more spot to No. 10, making it very likely this will be the former No. 1 tune's last week on our countdown. If that happens, don't feel bad: The single has been in the Top 10 since early March, which is a very impressive show of longevity.
Theory of a Deadman experienced one of those bizarre weeks on our countdown. Their single "Lowlife" enjoyed gains in sales and airplay, but that didn't keep the hit (off The Truth Is...) from dropping one place. "Lowlife" had a good week, but unfortunately for Theory of a Deadman a few other tracks had better ones.
One of those tracks is "Up All Night," the comeback hit from Blink-182. The first single from the forthcoming Neighborhoods bolts up two spots to No. 6, making it our high riser of the week. The band recently sat down with Billboard for a cover story in which the trio said their new record will be darker than their previous work.
Foster the People can't break through the logjam above them on our countdown. For a seventh week in a row, the upstart Los Angeles band sit at No. 3 with "Pumped Up Kicks." Foster the People are currently doing a U.S. tour, where most of the dates are already sold out.