“To Build A Home,” which the group released in 2007, leads all charting songs with 49,000 Shazam tags, 6,000 downloads sold and 3.5 million U.S. streams in January, according to Nielsen Music.
Thanks to the song’s appearance, the track spent one week on the Alternative Digital Song Sales chart at No. 16 on the Feb. 3-dated tally.
Elsewhere on the Top TV Songs chart, four songs from Netflix’s new hit show The End of the F**king World debut. Soko’s “We Might Be Dead By Tomorrow” debuts the highest at No. 5, followed by Bernadette Carroll’s “Laughing on the Outside” at No. 6.
“We Might Be Dead By Tomorrow” earns its debut with 28,000 Shazam tags, 1,000 downloads sold and 999,000 U.S. streams in January.
“We Might Be Dead By Tomorrow” also marks a triumphant return for Soko. The track is the singer’s only solo charting single, and reached No. 9 on the Billboard Hot 100 and No. 3 on the Hot Rock Songs chart in March 2014.
Carroll’s “Laughing on the Outside” also arrives with 16,000 Shazam tags, 2,000 downloads sold and 1.5 million U.S. streams.
The song marks Carroll’s second-ever solo appearance on a Billboard chart. After leaving The Angels in the early 1960s, Carroll reached No. 47 on the Hot 100 in June 1964 with “Party Girl.” She was also a member of The Angels, and the group earned six charting entries on the Hot 100 -- most notably, “My Boyfriend’s Back,” which ruled the chart for three weeks beginning on Aug. 31, 1963.
Graham Coxon’s “Walking All Day” and Ricky Nelson’s “Lonesome Town” also debut on the chart, thanks to The End of the F**king World, at Nos. 9 and 10, respectively.
Here’s the full Top TV Songs chart for January:
Rank, Title, Artist, TV Show (Network)
1. “To Build A Home,” The Cinematic Orchestra, This Is Us (NBC)
2. “Anyone Who Knows What Love Is (Will Understand),” Irma Thomas, Black Mirror (Netflix)
3. “The Observatory,” The White Buffalo, This Is Us (NBC)
4. “Someone To Stay,” Vancouver Sleep Clinic, The Good Doctor (ABC)
5. “We Might Be Dead By Tomorrow,” Soko, The End of the F**king World (Netflix)
6. “Laughing on the Outside,” Bernadette Carroll, The End of the F**king World (Netflix)
7. “Watch Me,” Jaden Smith, Riverdale (The CW)
8. “Get Up, Get On,” Jill Andrews, The Good Doctor (ABC)
9. “Walking All Day,” Graham Coxon, The End of the F**king World (Netflix)
10. “Lonesome Town,” Ricky Nelson, The End of the F**king World (Netflix)