‘Trench’ Tracks Lift Twenty One Pilots’ Recurrent Sales

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Following the much anticipated return of Twenty One Pilots last Wednesday, new tracks “Jumpsuit” and “Nico and the Niners” from the forthcoming album ‘Trench’ got off to good starts.

With just two days of sales counted, “Jumpsuit” took #6 on the United States digital sales chart with a healthy 22,000 downloads. “Nico and the Niners” placed at #10 on the same chart with 19,000. “Jumpsuit” concurrently debuted at #1 on Billboard’s Rock Digital Song Sales chart while entering the Hot 100 at #60.

Even with the late start, the hype over the new singles brought Twenty One Pilots’ recurrent albums and singles back up the charts.

Here’s a quick recap (sales week ending July 12):

Albums

  • The duo’s most recent full length ‘Blurryface’ posted a 23% climb in pure album sales (1,600), inching its total sales towards 1.64 million. It has now sold over 10,000 vinyl copies in 2018.
  • ‘Vessel’ climbed 39% in pure sales. It has now moved 865,000 copies to date.
  • The self titled effort jumped over 135% in digital album sales.

Singles

  • The group’s 2016 hit “Heathens” (Hot 100: #2) was up 27% in sales to 2,000 downloads. It has now sold 2.22 million copies.
  • Breakthrough hit “Stressed Out” (Hot 100: #2) was up 34% in sales. It has sold 2.75 million copies.
  • “Ride” (Hot 100: #5) jumped 32%. It has now crossed 1.5 million downloads.

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