Muse’s “Dig Down” Repeats As Alternative Radio’s Most Added Song

Muse’s “Dig Down” ranks as alt radio’s most added song for a second straight week.

Muse [Jeff Foney | WB Records]

Muse’s “Dig Down” was added by an impressive number of stations in conjunction with last week’s impact.

It received more support this week.

Picked up by another 17 Mediabase-monitored alternative stations, “Dig Down” repeats as the format’s most added song.

The National’s “The System Only Dreams In Total Darkness” takes second place with 7 new adds, while Catfish And The Bottlemen’s “Twice” and Joywave’s “It’s A Trip!” tie for 3rd with 6 adds each.

Each added by 5 stations, Beth Ditto’s “Fire” and The Lumineers’ “Angela” tie for fifth place.

Highly Suspect’s “Little One” follows in seventh place with 4 adds.

Billy Raffoul’s “Driver,” Judah & The Lion’s “Suit & Jacket,” and LCD Soundsystem’s “Call The Police,” which each landed at 3 new stations, tie for eighth.

Written by Brian Cantor

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