The two songs -- from eight and four years ago, respectively-- have grown in consumption every week for the past two months.
In the streaming era, it's becoming more and more common for older songs by veteran bands to experience new resurgences in popularity -- often either due to seasonal relevance (like Earth, Wind & Fire's "September") or to a new viral resurgence (like Fleetwood Mac's "Dreams"). And in the case of 2010s California rock band The Neighbourhood, they're currently enjoying a revival with a pair of old songs, thanks to both reasons.
The group's biggest hit, 2012's autumnal "Sweater Weather," has seen its streaming consumption increase dramatically as the weather has chilled. Over the ten-week period spanning the tracking week of Aug. 21-27 to this past tracking week (Oct. 23-29), the song has grown in total on-demand streams every week, rising from 3.2 million in late August to now 5 million -- an overall gain of 56%. Aside from its obvious seasonal appropriateness, the song has also been featured in a number of recent TikTok videos, including an animated clip from user Deepins that has over 23 million views.