The 1975’s “A Change Of Heart” Ranks As Alternative Radio’s Most Added Song

The 1975’s new single claims the top spot on this week’s alternative radio add board.

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The follow-up to The 1975’s Top 5 hit “Somebody Else” officially impacted alternative radio this week.

Entitled “A Change Of Heart,” it received a solid amount of first-week support.

The single won support from 14 Mediabase-monitored stations, which is enough for the most added honor.

Each added by 8 stations, 311’s “Too Much To Think,” Royal Blood’s “Lights Out,” and Sir Sly’s “High” tie for second place.

alt-J’s “In Cold Blood” and New Politics’ “One Of Us” follow in a tie for fifth place with 7 adds, and Portugal. The Man’s “Feel It Still” and Tash Sultana’s “Jungle” tie for seventh with 6.

Blink-182’s “Home Is Such A Lonely Place” grabs ninth place thanks to its 5 pickups. Credited with 4 adds each, Bleachers’ “Don’t Take The Money,” Dreamcar’s “Kill For Candy,” The Kooks’ “Be Who You Are,” and Red Hot Chili Peppers’ “Goodbye Angels” tie for tenth.

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