"Wash It All Away" is the second single from Got Your Six; "Jekyll and Hyde" peaked at No. 3 in September. The new track also rises 24-20 on the airplay/sales/streaming-based Hot Rock Songs chart, a spot removed from its No. 19 peak two weeks ago.
TOP 10 'TRIP': Also on Hot Rock Songs, Nothing But Thieves rises 33-26, hitting a new peak with "Trip Switch." The move lines up with the act's first airplay top 10, as the cut climbs 11-9 on Alternative Songs and 13-10 on Rock Airplay (rising by 12 percent to 5.8 million in audience on the latter list, according to Nielsen Music).
Nothing but Thieves' self-titled debut LP is due Feb. 5 stateside via RCA.
'SAINT-'LY: As a newer rock band earns its first top 10, a veteran adds its latest, as Foo Fighters' "Saint Cecilia" becomes their 22nd top 10 on Mainstream Rock Songs, rising 15-10. Dating to its first week in the tier (Aug. 12, 1995, with "This Is a Call"), the band is tied with Godsmack for the most top 10s in that span.
On Alternative Songs, "Saint" ascends 21-20, marking Foo Fighters' 29th song to reach the chart's top 20, slotting the Dave Grohl-led act into a tie with Red Hot Chili Peppers for second-most top 20 entries dating to the chart's September 1988 debut. Only U2 has more, with 31.