Released May 27, “Voices” bows with 1.6 million official U.S. streams and 2,500 downloads sold in the May 27-June 2 tracking week, according to Luminate.
With its third No. 1, the band ties Bring Me the Horizon for the most in the brief history of Hot Hard Rock Songs. Falling in Reverse crowed the inaugural June 13, 2020-dated survey with “Popular Monster,” eventually leading for three weeks, while “Zombified” has reigned for two frames in 2022.
The track also tops Hard Rock Digital Song Sales, where it’s Falling in Reverse’s fifth leader, and begins at Nos. 2 and 3, respectively, on Rock Digital Song Sales and Alternative Digital Song Sales.
“Voices” concurrently enters at No. 30 on Mainstream Rock Airplay. “Zombified” led for a week in April.
Both “Voices” and “Zombified” are expected to appear on Falling in Reverse’s EP Neon Zombie, which does not yet have an announced release date.