Old Dominion's "No Such Thing As A Broken Heart" ranks as country radio's most added song for a second straight week.

Like it did last week, Old Dominion’s “No Such Thing As A Broken Heart” tops the country radio add board.

The single was picked up by another 33 Mediabase-monitored stations in conjunction with this week’s official impact. Combined with last week’s 52 early adds, “No Such Thing As A Broken Heart” now has the support of 85 Mediabase-monitored country stations.

Added by 25 stations, Carly Pearce’s “Every Little Thing” takes second place this week. Dustin Lynch’s “Small Town Boy” lands in third with 22 adds, while Midland’s “Drinkin’ Problem” takes fourth on the strength of its 18 adds.

Cole Swindell’s “Flatliner (featuring Dierks Bentley),” which won support from another 16 stations, ranks as fifth-most added.

This week’s other notable country radio options: Matt Gary’s “Back” (15 adds, 6th-most), Blake Shelton’s “Every Time I Hear That Song” (14 adds, 7th-most), Easton Corbin’s “Girl Like You” (13 adds, 8th-most, tie), Garth Brooks’ “Ask Me How I Know” (13 adds, 8th-most, tie), Maren Morris’ “I Could Use A Love Song” (12 adds, 10th-most, tie), and The Railers’ “11:59 (Central Standard Time)” (12 adds, 10th-most, tie).