A Day to Remember Storms Hot Rock Songs With 'Paranoia'
The Florida rockers' new single arrives at No. 13, their highest rank yet.
A Day to Remember may not have announced a new album just yet, but if its new single is any indication, the Florida rock band should receive a warm welcome back.
New single "Paranoia," released commercially March 11, enters Billboard's Hot Rock Songs chart (dated April 2) at No. 13, a new career best. The band's tops its prior high point, set by 2010's No. 25 hit "All I Want."
The new song's debut is driven most heavily by 15,000 downloads sold in the week ending March 17, according to Nielsen Music, sending it onto Hard Rock Digital Songs (No. 2), Rock Digital Songs (No. 5) and Alternative Digital Songs (No. 6), also all career bests. Comparatively, "Want" peaked at No. 10 on Hard Rock Digital Songs and No. 23 on Rock Digital Songs with 11,000 sold its first week out.
"Paranoia" was also streamed 673,000 times in the U.S. in the tracking week, with its official video having debuted March 10.
"Paranoia" should become A Day to Remember's sixth entry on Mainstream Rock Songs. It's currently bubbling under the radio airplay chart with a 255 percent gain in plays for the week, with Sirius XM's Octane channel leading with 31. ("Want" represents the band's best peak on the chart: No. 21.)
The group's sixth studio album, the follow-up to 2014's Common Courtesy (which hit No. 8 on Top Rock Albums), has not been announced. The arrival of "Paranoia" preceded the band's headlining performance at its own Self Help Fest in San Bernardino, Calif., March 19. A U.S. tour will follow this spring, beginning April 30 in Fort Myers, Fla., and concluding May 21 at the Rock'N Derby in Schaghticoke, N.Y.