The track completes its quadruple command by topping Alternative Songs.
For the first time, a song ranks at No. 1 on all four Billboard rock airplay charts simultaneously.
The track is also the second to lead all four charts at all, following Red Hot Chili Peppers' "Dark Necessities," which paced each list for at least one week in summer 2016. (The fourfold distinction became possible in 2009, upon the inception of Rock Airplay, which measures audience impressions among the three rock radio formats. Mainstream Rock Songs began in 1981; Alternative Songs, in 1988; and Adult Alternative Songs, in 1996.)