The Head and the Heart Top Adult Alternative Airplay Chart With ‘Virginia’

The Head and the Heart Top Adult Alternative Airplay Chart With ‘Virginia’

The Head and the Heart achieve their fourth No. 1 on Billboard‘s Adult Alternative Airplay chart (dated April 9), as “Virginia (Wind in the Night)” breezes to the summit.

The song reigns with a 13% gain in plays in the March 28-April 3 tracking week, according to Luminate, formerly MRC Data.

The Head and the Heart, which formed in Seattle in 2009, first led Adult Alternative Airplay for two weeks in 2011 with its breakthrough single and first entry, “Lost in My Mind.” The act returned to the top with its eight-week leader “All We Ever Knew” in 2014 and one-week No. 1 “Missed Connection” in June 2019.

“Virginia” previously became the group’s 12th entry on the chart, and its 10th top 10.

Elsewhere, “Virginia” rises 20-19 on the all-rock-format audience-based Rock & Alternative Airplay chart (1.6 million impressions, up 7%) and 28-25 on Alternative Airplay.

“Virginia” is slated to appear on the The Head and the Heart’s fifth LP, Every Shade of Blue, due April 29.

The Head and the Heart Top Adult Alternative Airplay Chart With ‘Virginia’ The Head and the Heart achieve their fourth No. 1 on Billboard‘s Adult Alternative Airplay chart (dated April 9), as “Virginia (Wind in the Night)” breezes to the summit. The song reigns with a 13% gain in plays in the March 28-April 3…