We’ve all got skeletons in our closets, some more than others, but when it comes to skeletons in the chart world, there are none more passionate than the members of the Skeleton Clique. They go hard for Fueled By Ramen’s Twenty One Pilots, an act that’s returned with a pair of reactive cuts from their first studio album in three years, Trench. By Wednesday morning, “Jumpsuit” and “Nico And The Niners” had a strong start in the top ten on iTunes, the former title topping the Alternative list (#2 on the all-genre tally), with the latter just behind it in the runner-up position (#8 all-genre) on the chart. On the major streaming lists, the two songs piloted their way into the lower rungs of the top 200 on Apple Music, the former ahead of the latter, with both cuts reaching the top 40 in the U.S. (#32 vs. #36) on Spotify’s latest update. Meanwhile, the video for “Jumpsuit”, which came out the same day, has totaled 5.1 million (and building quickly) views on YouTube, easily becoming the #1 title on the platform’s Trending survey. (The audio-only clip for “Nico” is at a solid 2.6 million views.) At Shazam, Alternative airplay for “Jumpsuit” (10,500 tags) is leading to larger stats over “Nico” (2,900 tags) as well. The sky’s the limit for this pair of Pilots.
(Images courtesy of Fueled By Ramen, LLC and Elektra Records)
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