Iceland’s Eurovision 2020 entry “Think About Things” debuts on the official singles chart in United Kingdom this week. The single by Daði Freyr & Gagnamagnið debuted at #43 the week after Eurovision: Europe Shine A Light and BBC’s Eurovision: Come Together aired.
Success all over the world
The song has been among the most downloaded songs on iTunes all around the world. It also made it to the Spotify Top 50 chart in Sweden. The song also climbs on the Irish Singles charts and currently sits at #4.
The song has also grabbed the attention of many A-list celebrities. American actress Jennifer Garner recently posted a video of her dancing to the song. Actresses Reese Witherspoon and Gwyneth Paltrow and singer Ariana Grande among others left comment on the video.
More Eurovision songs on sales-only chart
The Official UK singles chart is based on sales of downloads, CD and vinyl as well as audio streams and video streams. On the Official Singles Sales chart based on only sales of downloads, CDs, vinyl and other formats, we find even more Eurovision songs.
On the Official Singles Sales Chart Top 100 Daði Freyr’s “Think About Things” reappears at number eight. We also see Katrina & The Waves sitting on the 22th place with their Eurovision winning entry “Love Shine a Light”. United Kingdom’s 2020 entry “My Last Breath” also climbs back to the chart and is right behind Katrina & The Waves at 23th place.
Måns Zelmerlöw‘s “Heroes” and Loreen‘s “Euphoria” also are back on the chart at #31 and #50 respectively. Even more 2020 entries also debuted on the sales-based chart with Sweden’s “Move” at #55 and Russia’s “Uno” at #81. Alexander Rybak‘s winning entry “Fairytale” is also on the chart by being the 65th most sold single over the past week.
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