“Daydream Believer” debuts at No. 1 on the LyricFind Global chart, which tracks worldwide lyrics views & utilization.
Reaction to the passing Monkees keyboardist/bassist Peter Tork on Feb. 21 sends a number of songs by the band onto Billboard's LyricFind Global and LyricFind U.S. charts, led by the No. 7 debut "Daydream Believer" on the previous record dated March 2.
The LyricFind Global and LyricFind U.S. charts rank the quickest momentum-gaining tracks in lyric-search queries globally and within the U.S., respectively, offered by LyricFind. The Global chart consists of queries from all international locations besides the U.S. The firm is the world's chief in licensed lyrics, with knowledge offered by greater than 5,000 publishers and utilized by greater than 100 companies, together with Amazon, Pandora, Deezer, Microst, SoundHound and that iHeartRadio. The newest monitoring week ended Feb. 24.
"Daydream Believer" is one 5 Monkees songs to make the 25-position LyricFind Global tally. It's joined by "Shades Gray" (No. 13), "Pleasant Valley Sunday" (No. 16), "Porpoise Song" (No. 22) and "I'm a Believer" (No. 24).
According to LyricFind, "Daydream Believer" scored a 640 % in world lyric views, whereas "Shades Gray" surged 1,873 %.
In phrases U.S.-only knowledge, 5 songs by The Monkees additionally seem on the LyricFind U.S. chart (likewise 25 spots deep), led by "Last Train to Clarksville" at No. 9. It's adopted by "Daydream Believer" at No. 11, "Shades Gray" (No. 16), "Pleasant Valley Sunday" (No. 19) and "I'm a Believer" (No. 23).
Other features for The Monkees' catalog in gross sales and streams are prone to present on the March 9-dated Billboard charts (to replace on Billboard's platforms March 5) following a full week monitoring after Tork's demise.
Tork died from problems most cancers in Mansfield, Conn. He departed the group in 1968 however returned to the lineup on and f a number of occasions, most not too long ago performing with the band final yr on its Christmas Party album.