Louis Tomlinson’s “Miss You” Received First Day Pop Airplay From Hits 1, WiLD 94.9, More

“Miss You” received pop radio airplay on its first day of release.

Louis Tomlinson - Miss You Cover / Epic Records

Louis Tomlinson’s new single “Miss You” arrived Friday, and several high-profile US pop radio stations offered opening day support.

According to Mediabase, SiriusXM’s Hits 1 ranked as the song’s top opening day pop supporter. It had played the song 19 times by the close of Friday.

San Francisco’s WiLD 94.9, Nashville’s i106.7 and Music Choice’s Top 40 channel each played “Miss You” 3 times. Several other stations played “Miss You” once or twice.

“Miss You” is the official follow-up to Tomlinson’s “Back To You,” which peaked inside the Top 25 at pop radio.

Written by Brian Cantor

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