The quickly rising K-pop boy band also return to World Albums with their third Top 10 entry.
The centerpiece of ATEEZ's first full-length album is the grand, regal new single "Wonderland" and it scores the K-pop boy band new bests on the charts this week.
"Wonderland" debuts at No. 7 on Billboard's World Digital Song Sales chart, selling 1,000 copies in the week ending Oct. 10, according to Nielsen Music. This is the ATEEZ's highest-charting song to date on the World Digital Song Sales chart, rising above the group's previous peak of No. 8 on the chart with "Say My Name" from February. This also marks ATEEZ's best single-week sales total for any one song, passing the second week of "Say My Name."
The success of the single may be contributed to the focus on one single track compared to past albums. ATEEZ's debut Treasure EP delivered music videos for both their "Pirate King" and "Treasure" songs on release day, the Treasure EP.2: Zero to One had album track "Hala Hala (Hearts Awakened, Live Alive)" teased via a short video days ahead of main single "Say My Name," and Treasure EP.3: One to All had its "Wave" and "Illusion" videos released on the same day. Having one single and music video for "Wonderland" put focus on the track, instead of splitting fans' attentions between songs, and likely helped on the charts even in a competitive week.