Green Day’s “Oh Yeah!” Reaches #1 At Alternative Radio; Twenty One Pilots’ “Level Of Concern” Already Top 20

“Oh Yeah!” takes over the top spot this week.

Green Day by Pamela Littky, Press Photo courtesy of Warner

As it falls from #1 at active rock radio, Green Day’s “Oh Yeah!” ascends to #1 on the Mediabase alternative radio chart.

Up one place from last week’s position, “Oh Yeah!” earns #1 thanks to the 2,746 spins it received during the April 5-11 tracking period. The count tops last week’s mark by 214.

Billie Eilish’s multi-format hit “everything i wanted,” which topped the past few charts, falls to #2 with 2,734 spins (-126).

The Killers’ “Caution” rises two places to #3, and Neon Trees’ “Used To Like” holds at #4. The Lumineers’ “Life In The City” drops two spots to #5.

— This week’s chart also features a notable new arrival. Twenty One Pilots’ “Level Of Concern” did not arrive until the fifth day of the tracking period, but it still earns #20 with an impressive 851 spins.

Written by Brian Cantor

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