Lovelytheband Makes Billboard Hot 100 Debut With 'Broken'

Jon Hoeg

Plus, the band’s sophomore single 'These Are My Friends' debuts on Alternative Songs.

Los Angeles-based alt/pop trio Lovelytheband earns its first entry on the Billboard Hot 100 chart (dated July 28), as "Broken" debuts at No. 84.

The song, which has already found success on Billboard's rock charts, garnered 22.1 million radio audience impressions and 2.9 million U.S. streams and sold 4,000 downloads in the tracking week, according to Nielsen Music.

"Broken" spent nine weeks at No. 1 on the Alternative Songs airplay chart, beginning on April 21, and currently stands at No. 6. On the Rock Airplay chart, the single spends its eighth week at No. 1 in its 31st week on the survey. It rises 48-47 in its second week on the all-genre Radio Songs chart, aided by its growing pop crossover play, as it bullets at No. 15 on Adult Pop Songs and is bubbling under Pop Songs.

Lovelytheband, consisting of Mitchy Collins (who first made inroads as half of folk/pop duo Oh Honey), Jordan Greenwald and Sam Price, also debuts its follow-up single, "These Are My Friends," at No. 38 on Alternative Songs.

The trio additionally ranks at No. 13 on the Emerging Artists chart.