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Pop Evil’s “Footsteps” Ranks as Rock’s Most Added; Phases Scores at Alternative

Phases [Cr: WBR]

Launched as an iHeartRadio World Premiere, Pop Evil’s “Footsteps” earns this week’s most added distinction at active rock radio. Phases’ “I’m in Love with My Life” tops the alternative radio add board.

According to Mediabase, the Pop Evil tune received adds from 26 monitored stations. That count gives it a slight edge over Papa Roach’s new “Gravity,” which won support from 24 stations.

Godsmack’s “What’s Next” (14 adds, 3rd-most added), Highly Suspect’s “Lydia” (10 adds, 4th-most added) and Saint Asonia’s “Better Place” (9 adds, 5th-most added) also scored at the active rock format this week.

Phases’ “I’m in Love with My Life” earns most added at alternative courtesy its 12 weekly pickups. Elle King’s “Ex’s and Oh’s” follows with 9 adds, while Florence + The Machine’s “Ship to Wreck” (7 adds, 3rd-most added), Coleman Hell’s “2 Heads” (5 adds, 4th-most added, tie) and Sublime With Rome’s “Wherever You Go” (5 adds, 4th-most added, tie) also appear prominently on the board.

Written by Brian Cantor

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