Seether Score Third Consecutive Number One Hit With ‘No Resolution’
Seether have rolled their first ever "turkey" (or scored their first ever "hat-trick," depending on your sport of choice) by garnering their third consecutive No. 1 active rock hit with their latest single 'No Resolution.'
Frontman Shaun Morgan & Co. have established themselves as one of the biggest rock bands over the past decade, by outdoing themselves with the release of each album. Not only do their album titles get longer each time out, but their songs seem to get more and more infectious. That has never been more true than it is with their latest album 'Holding Onto Strings Better Left to Fray,' which has just yielded the band it's third No. 1 active rock hit in a row.
After the one-two punch (well, technically one-one according to their peak chart positions) of 'Country Song' and 'Tonight,' Seether released the album's third single 'No Resolution.' The track was more of a traditional Seether rocker, as opposed to the stylistic departures found on the previous singles. The return to form has paid off for the South African rockers, as the tune has pushed Shinedown's 'Bully' out of the top spot on the active rock chart.
"We cannot tell you all how excited we are that ‘No Resolution’ has gone #1!" says drummer John Humphrey of the achievement. "We couldn’t have done it without the endless support of our fans and champions at all of the radio stations. We are so grateful to them for helping us get there. Here’s to 3 #1’s in a row!”
Seether can currently be seen on the road as part of the 'Here and Now' tour with Nickelback, Bush and My Darkest Days. 'Holding Onto Strings Better Left to Fray' debuted at No. 2 on the Billboard 200 albums chart and has sold nearly 300,000 copies to date.