No Resolve triples up atop Billboard‘s rock genre-based digital song sales charts dated April 16 with its latest Disney movie song cover.
The band’s amped-up rendition of Jessica Darrow‘s “Surface Pressure” from Encanto debuts at No. 1 on the Rock Digital Song Sales, Alternative Digital Song Sales and Hard Rock Digital Song Sales charts with 5,800 downloads sold in is first week (April 1-7), according to Luminate, formerly MRC Data.
It’s No Resolve’s first No. 1 on Alternative Digital Song Sales, exceeding the No. 7 peak of its cover of Adele‘s “Easy on Me” in November. On Rock Digital Song Sales, the band adds its second ruler and first as a lead act, following its featured turn on State of Mine‘s cover of Garth Brooks‘ “The Thunder Rolls,” which led in February 2021.
As for Hard Rock Digital Song Sales, No Resolve now boasts three No. 1s, as “Pressure” follows “Thunder” and, last month, the band’s cover of Lil Durk‘s Morgan Wallen-featuring “Broadway Girls,” with No Resolve’s version sporting co-lead Drew Jacobs and featuring Nate Good.
No Resolve has charted one other Disney cover: In February, its take on Moana‘s “How Far I’ll Go” hit at Nos. 3, 9 and 12 on the Hard Rock, Rock and Alternative Digital Song Sales tallies, respectively.
“Pressure” concurrently enters the multi-metric Hot Hard Rock Songs chart at No. 9. In addition to its first-week sales, the song also pulled 308,000 official U.S. streams. It’s the band’s third top 10, following the No. 10-peaking “Easy” and the one-week No. 1 “Thunder.”