Fall Out Boy, Kid Rock, Catfish and the Bottlemen Debut on Hot Rock Songs Chart

Image Courtesy of Island Records/DCD2 RecordsFall Out Boy fans are finding the band's new single to be "irresistible."

"Irresistible," the opening track from FOB's forthcoming album, American Beauty/American Psycho, debuted at number seven on Billboard's Hot Rock Songs chart -- the band's highest debut on the chart since AB/AP's first single, "Centuries," bowed at number two. AB/AP will be released on January 20, and it's also currently streaming in full on YouTube.

Kid Rock also made a big debut on Hot Rock Songs with "First Kiss," the title track from his forthcoming album. "First Kiss" comes in at number 13 -- Rock's first appearance on the chart since he made it to number 12 in 2012 with "Let's Ride." First Kiss the album will be released February 24.

As for the young guns, Catfish and the Bottlemen make their first appearance on Hot Rock Songs for the first time with two songs: "Kathleen" at number 40 and "Cocoon" at 50. The Welsh band released their debut album, The Balcony, in the U.S. on January 6.

The most surprising debut on Hot Rock Songs this week goes to post-hardcore band I Prevail, who hit number nine with their cover of pop star Taylor Swift's mega-hit "Blank Space."

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