5 Seconds Of Summer’s “Easier” Debuts In Top 30 At Pop Radio

“Easier” quickly blasts into the Top 30 on this week’s pop radio chart.

5 Seconds Of Summer by Dusty Kessler | Press Photo courtesy of Interscope Records

Despite not launching until the fifth day of the May 19-25 tracking period, 5 Seconds Of Summer’s new “Easier” earns a spot on this week’s Mediabase pop radio airplay chart.

Played 1,773 times during the official tracking week, “Easier” starts at #30 on this week’s chart. It by far ranks as the week’s top new entry.

“Easier” is 5SOS’ first single since moving to Interscope Records. It enters the market as “Who Do You Love,” the band’s collaboration with The Chainsmokers, descends from its Top 10 peak.

In terms of the band’s own singles, it most recently enjoyed a multi-week stint at #1 with “Youngblood.”

Written by Brian Cantor

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