Foo Fighters Rewrite Mainstream Rock Airplay Top 10 Record With ‘Under You’

Foo Fighters break the record for the most top 10s on Billboard’s Mainstream Rock Airplay chart, as “Under You” climbs from No. 11 to No. 9 on the Sept. 9-dated survey.

“Under You” sprints to the top 10 in its fifth week on the chart, giving the Dave Grohl-led rockers 31 top career 10s.


That solely marks the most in the Mainstream Rock Airplay survey’s 42-year history, snapping Foo Fighters out of a tie with Shinedown.

Most Top 10s, Mainstream Rock Airplay
31, Foo Fighters
30, Shinedown
29, Five Finger Death Punch
28, Godsmack
28, Tom Petty (solo and with the Heartbreakers)
26, Disturbed
26, Metallica
26, Van Halen
25, Papa Roach

Foo Fighters first hit the Mainstream Rock Airplay top 10 with their debut single “This Is a Call,” which reached No. 6 in August 1995. They currently have a streak of five straight top 10s going, dating to “Waiting on a War” in 2021.

Of those 31 top 10s, 12 have reached No. 1, most recently the six-week ruler “Rescued,” the single prior to “Under You” from Foo Fighters’ latest album, But Here We Are.

Previously, “Under You” extended Foo Fighters’ record for the most top 10s on Alternative Airplay (30) and gave the band sole possession of the most Rock & Alternative Airplay top 10s (16, dating to the chart’s 2009 inception).

Concurrently, “Under You” jumps 8-3 on Alternative Airplay and 29-20 on Adult Alternative Airplay. On the all-rock-format, audience-based Rock & Alternative Airplay chart, it remains at its No. 2 high with 5.6 million audience impressions, up 16%, Aug. 25-31, according to Luminate.

On the multi-metric Hot Hard Rock Songs list, “Under You” rises 11-9, returning to the top 10 for the first time since it reached No. 8 on the June 17 ranking, when But Here We Are made its chart start. In addition to its radio airplay, the song earned 371,000 official U.S. streams Aug. 25-31.

But Here We Are, Foo Fighters’ 11th studio set, debuted at No. 1 on the Top Alternative Albums chart dated June 17 and has earned 127,000 equivalent album units to date.

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