"Something Just Like This, " while using Chainsmokers, is Coldplay's very first leader on the list since "Viva La Vida" in 08.
Coldplay notches its 1st No. 1 on Billboard's Adult Pop Songs stereo airplay chart since '08, as "Something Just Like This kind of, " with The Chainsmokers, climbs 3-1 (on the list old June 10). The tune is Coldplay's first chief on the survey since "Viva La Vida, " that reigned for eight months, from the charts dated Sept. 23 through Oct. 14, 2008. Their new hit song is 'All I Can think About Is You'.
Coldplay ends typically the longest break between Number 1s on Adult Put Songs: eight years and 8-10 months. The band goes the six-year, four-month along with one-week gap between Train's "Calling All Angels" within 2003 and "Hey, Heart Sister" in 2010, while Maroon 5 waited five decades, 10 months and a full week between "She Will Be Loved" (2004) and "Misery" (2010). (The chart began inside Billboard magazine in Walk 1996. )
'All I Can Think About is You'
A common bond among Coldplay, Train in addition to Maroon 5? An progression by all three bands via core rock breakthrough facile to more pop-driven service. Coldplay, which debuted along with "Yellow" in 2000, results to No . 1 about Adult Pop Songs by using its latest EDM collab, after reaching No . several in 2014 with the Avicii-assisted "A Sky Full of Megastars, " as well as No . some in 2016 with "Hymn for the Weekend, " which usually sports Beyonce's vocals. Soon after Train had arrived together with "Meet Virginia, " often the band's Pat Monahan composed "Sister" with Espen Lind and Amund Bjorklund, a couple of the co-writers of Beyonce's "Irreplaceable. " And, Maroon 5 traded the crunchier riffs of "Harder for you to Breathe" for synths relationship primarily to 2007's "Makes Me Wonder, " as well as hits featuring Rihanna as well as Christina Aguilera.
"Something" in the past became Coldplay's first Number 1 on Pop Tracks, for two weeks, and has directed Hot Dance/Electronic Songs with regard to 10 weeks to date. It does not take second Adult Pop Tunes No . 1 for both equally Coldplay and The Chainsmokers; the actual latter act led regarding four weeks in December with "Closer, " featuring Halsey.