The Revivalists' 'All My Friends' Rises to No. 1 on Adult Alternative Songs Chart

Zackery Michael
The Revivalists

The song follows "Wish I Knew You," the band's first leader in 2016.

After breaking through with "Wish I Knew You," their first No. 1 on Billboard's Adult Alternative Songs airplay chart, The Revivalists add a second leader with "All My Friends," which jumps 4-1 on the list dated Sept. 22.

"Friends," the lead single from the band's upcoming full-length Take Good Care, is the eight-piece's first song released since its July 2015 LP Men Amongst Mountains, which includes "Wish." The track topped Adult Alternative Songs for two weeks in October 2016 and went on to rule the Alternative Songs chart (May 20, 2017) and cross over to the top 20 on the Adult Pop Songs and Adult Contemporary surveys.

"Friends" is The Revivalists' second No. 1 on Adult Alternative Songs among three entries; "Keep Going" first brought them to the tally, peaking at No. 29 in November 2015.

Concurrently, "Friends" reaches a new peak on Alternative Songs (14-12). It also rises 1 percent to 5.3 million impressions, according to Nielsen Music, as it bullets at No. 13 on the all-rock-format Rock Airplay chart.

Take Good Care, the Revivalists' first album on Loma Vista Recordings, is due Nov. 9.