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The Black Keys' 'Lo-Hi' Crowns Adult Alternative Songs, Rock Airplay Charts

The Black Keys
Alysse Gafkjen

The Black Keys

The song is the duo's fourth No. 1 on both lists.

The Black Keys' "Lo-Hi" makes its way to No. 1 on a pair of Billboard rock airplay charts, rising 2-1 on both the Adult Alternative Songs and Rock Airplay rankings dated April 27.

The duo adds its fourth No. 1 on each chart, after last topping Adult Alternative Songs with "Gotta Get Away" in November 2014 and Rock Airplay with "Fever" in May 2014.

On Rock Airplay, the song gains by 8% to 11.7 million audience impressions, according to Nielsen Music.

The track's success on Rock Airplay isn't just due to its No. 1 status on Adult Alternative Songs; "Lo-Hi" concurrently pushes 4-3 on Alternative Songs and 5-3 on Mainstream Rock Songs, making it a prime candidate to top all four tallies. The last song to do so? Red Hot Chili Peppers' “Dark Necessities” in summer 2016. The Black Keys have yet to accomplish the fourfold feat.

"Lo-Hi" is the first new material from The Black Keys since its album Turn Blue, which debuted at No. 1 on the Billboard 200 dated May 31, 2014, with 164,000 copies sold in its first week. A release date for the act's expected ninth LP has not yet been announced.