The Neighbourhood, The Dead Weather Reach Alternative Radio’s Top 40

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Last week, The Neighbourhood’s “RIP 2 My Youth” and The Dead Weather’s “I Feel Love (Every Million Miles)” landed just outside alternative radio’s Top 40.

This week, both songs officially enter.

Spun 299 times during the August 30-September 5 tracking week (+99), “RIP 2 My Youth” rises five places to #36 on this week’s Mediabase alternative airplay chart.

“I Feel Love,” meanwhile, rises three places to #39 on the official alternative listing. It received 259 tracking week spins (+61).

“RIP 2 My Youth” is the lead single from The Neighbourhood’s forthcoming “Wiped Out!” “I Feel Love” is cut from The Dead Weather’s soon-to-be-released “Dodge and Burn.”

Written by Brian Cantor

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