Via Mashable. Fleetwood Mac' "Rumours" album came out over 40 years ago and has taken it's place among rock's biggest sellers, but chart activity on the song "Dreams" has been dormant for some time...until March 22nd. It all started with the following tweet, which defended the danceability of Fleetwood Mac's hit "Dreams."
It sent "Dreams" skyrocketing to No. 14 on Billboard's Top 100 Hot Rock Songs chart and nudged the album Rumours, on which "Dreams" appears, up a bit from No. 21 to No. 13 on Billboard's Top Rock Albums chart. And for streaming and downloads, according to Nielsen, via Billboard, its latest tracking for the week of March 23-29 showed the song was purchased and downloaded around 2,000 times (a 36 percent spike) and also saw around 1.9 million on-demand streams (a 24 percent spike).
Now all the kids will be dancing like this at the prom.