Twenty One Pilots’ “Heathens” Again Ranks As Alternative Radio’s Most Added Song

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Alternative radio support continues to mount for twenty one pilots’ “Heathens.”

The “Suicide Squad” track ranks as alternative radio’s most added song for a second consecutive week.

“Heathens” tops this week’s add board on the strength of its 12 Mediabase-monitored pickups.

The count gives twenty one pilots’ tune the narrow edge over Phantogram’s “You Don’t Get Me High Anymore,” which was picked up by 11 alternative stations this week. Bastille’s “Good Grief” follows with 8 adds, while CHVRCHES’ “Bury It (featuring Hayley Williams)” and The Head And The Heart’s “All We Ever Knew” tie for fourth with 3 adds.

A six-way tie emerges for sixth place; Bob Moses’ “Tearing Me Up,” Dirty Heads’ “That’s All I Need,” The Greeting Committee’s “Hands Down,” POP ETC’s “Vice,” Weathers’ “Happy Pills” and Young The Giant’s “Something To Believe In” each scored two adds this week.

Written by Brian Cantor

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