Here they come again.
Two years ago this month, the Zac Brown Band debuted its Jekyll + Hyde album at the top of both Billboard’s country and all-genres charts.
This week, they’re back in rare air with Welcome Home. It reigns at the No. 1 country spot and at No. 2 in the all-genres ranking. (Former One Direction member Harry Styles’ self-titled collection is No. 1.)
Luke Combs’ “Hurricane” stays numero uno on the country airplay songs chart for the second week in a row.
There’s precious little new action to report on either chart — just one other new album, Colter Walls’ eponymous package at No. 50, and two new songs, Chris Janson’s “Fix a Drink” (No. 52) and the Railers’ “11:59 (Central Standard Time)” (No. 59).
No doubt spurred by the excitement surrounding the release of ZBB’s Welcome Home, Jekyll + Hyde leaps from No. 46 to No. 30.
No flippancy this week. Manchester still bleeds.