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Glass Animals Longest Climb To Billboard Top 10 With Heat Waves

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Glass Animals have damaged the file of the longest climb to the Top 10 on the Billboard Hot 100 Chart with their Double Platinum smash hit “Heat Waves.” This week, the one entered the Top 10, a primary for the band of their profession, after a formidable and record-breaking 42-week streak on the Hot 100 Chart.

This information arrives following latest pleasure surrounding Glass Animals’ nominations for 2 2021 American Music Awards—“Favorite Pop Duo or Group” and “Favorite Rock Artist.” 2021 has been the band’s largest 12 months of their profession up to now, with “Heat Waves” turning into the UK’s largest export from a British modern band and making Glass Animals the most important band on the planet proper now.

The group’s newest single “I Don’t Wanna Talk (I Just Wanna Dance)” has amassed over 23 million world streams so far and entered the Top 10 on the US Alternative Radio Chart this week. Last month, Glass Animals carried out the track on The Late Late Show with James Corden.

Meanwhile, “Heat Waves” reveals no indicators of stopping with almost 1.5 billion world streams so far. The world smash hit just lately peaked at #4 on Spotify’s Daily Top 200 Chart, #3 on Spotify’s Global Top 50 Chart, and #6 on Spotify’s US Top 50 Chart, in addition to #1 on Billboard’s Hot Rock & Alternative Songs Chart. Recently, the track has been again by the likes of Taylor Swift, Will Smith, and Lana Del Rey.

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As the band continues the most important 12 months of their profession, they’ve just lately topped a number of Grammy predictions lists for “Best New Artist” nomination predictions, together with Variety, USA Today, Los Angeles Times, Hits Daily Double, Gold Derby, and extra, with Gold Derby proclaiming, “My best bets are Glass Animals, whose hit “Heat Waves” has grow to be an enormous success and retains rising on the charts.”

This week, Glass Animals start the UK leg of their 2021 ‘Dreamland Tour’, with Financial Times declaring them “pandemic’s pop success story.” They wrapped the US leg with two sold-out reveals on the legendary Santa Barbara Bowl final month, and the large tour included sold-out reveals at Brooklyn’s Prospect Park Bandshell, Los Angeles’ Hollywood Forever Cemetery, and lots of extra, in addition to headline units at Firefly Music Festival, Life Is Beautiful Festival, and Outside Lands Festival.

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