AWAL First: Week of Oct 23rd

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We have incredible artists releasing tons of new music each week, some of which claim a spot on our AWAL First playlist — a playlist dedicated to featuring some of the top performing tracks in the AWAL catalogue for the week, based on playlist adds, streams, and listeners.

This week we’ll be taking a closer look at the newest artists added to AWAL First Playlist, covering new music from AWAL members George Maple, Fever High feat. Jeff Goldblum, and Arctic Lake.

1. Everybody Here Wants You — George Maple

George Maple’s latest track, “Everybody Here Wants You,” had a fantastic first weekend with over 64,000 streams from over 58,000 listeners.

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Everybody Here Wants You — George Maple

“Everybody Here Wants You” received a massive push from a New Music Friday add in the US, along with inclusion on multiple popular Apple Music playlists, including Breaking Indie.

AWAL Insights™: “Everybody Here Wants You” is winning over the female demographic: a whopping 62% of its listeners are women!

2. Good Advice — Fever High feat. Jeff Goldblum

In its debut weekend, Fever High’s "Good Advice" earned over 67,000 streams from over 59,000 listeners.

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Good Advice — Fever High feat. Jeff Goldblum

Thanks to inclusions on New Music Friday in the UK, along with the popular friday cratediggers playlist and an add to H&M’s in-store rotation, “Good Advice” received a nice streaming boost for its first weekend.

AWAL Insights™: The majority of “Good Advice’s” streams came from its homeland: the United States (92%), probably helped by its cameo from American actor (and cult superstar) Jeff Goldblum.

3. Too Close — Arctic Lake

“Too Close” raked in its first few days of release with over 32,000 streams from 27,000 listeners.

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Too Close — Arctic Lake

“Too Close” scored placements on New Music Friday in both the US and globally, which helped it gain major visibility.

AWAL Insights™: 86% of “Too Close’s” streams came solely from playlists — and 82% of those playlists were on Spotify!

 

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