Taylor Swift’s “New Romantics” Returns To Hot 100 Chart

Taylor Swift at the Grammys [Cliff Lipson/CBS]

“New Romantics,” which first appeared on the Target deluxe edition of Taylor Swift’s “1989,” was made available for individual purchase on iTunes last spring.

The song generated enough first week sales activity to debut at #71 on the corresponding edition of the Billboard Hot 100. It fell off the chart the following week.

Now serving as the album’s seventh radio single, “New Romantics” is back on the all-encompassing listing.

The song, which is receiving pop and hot adult contemporary airplay and selling at a solid pace, re-enters at #73 on this week’s Hot 100.

Written by Brian Cantor

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