The song is also on the cusp of becoming the band's first Billboard Hot 100 top 20 hit since 2006.
Four months after claiming its first airplay chart No. 1, Panic! at the Disco reaches the top of another survey for the first time, as "High Hopes" takes over atop the Rock Digital Song Sales list (dated Nov. 3).
The second single from the Brendon Urie-led act's sixth studio album, Pray for the Wicked, rises 2-1 on Rock Digital Song Sales with 20,000 downloads sold (up 17 percent), according to Nielsen Music. It's the song's best single-week sales total since its release, when it earned 24,000 downloads, as reflected on charts dated June 9.
Panic! scores its first No. 1 on the chart, which began in 2010. Urie and co. previously rose as high as No. 2 with "Hallelujah" (May 9, 2015) and has notched 14 total top 10s on the tally, a sum that ties them with John Mayer for the fourth most in the list's history; the 14th time was, at last, the No. 1 charm for the band.