Limp Bizkit has seen an enormous spike in streams and gross sales since there a lot talked about efficiency finally weekend’s Lollapalooza.
The Fred Durst-fronted band performed on the Grant Park, Chicago occasion on Saturday (July 31), sharing a line-up with Publish Malone, Megan Thee Stallion, Trippie Redd, Freddie Gibbs, Angels & Airwaves, Marc Rebillet, and extra.
After their efficiency, Limp Bizkit grew to become a trending subject on Twitter for the remainder of the weekend which has since led to an increase within the general consumption of their discography.
Throughout Sunday and Monday (August 1 and a pair of), the band recorded a mixed 1.9million on-demand streams, in line with MRC Knowledge (by way of Billboard). That was up 27 percent from the earlier Sunday and Monday (July 25 and 26), when the band accounted for a mixed 1.5million on-demand streams.
The band’s music gross sales went up 100 percent over the identical interval, though on a lot smaller scale – from 500 songs offered to 1,000.
Limp Bizkit concluded their Lollapalooza set by previewing an observation from their forthcoming new album.
“This music proper right here, it’s for you and solely you,” Durst informed the group and people watching the Lollapalooza Livestream. “It’s a music off our new album known as ‘Dad Vibes’. I need to see everyone on the market dancing properly now. Let me see the way you do it.”
The rap-metal band’s set was additionally notable as Durst debuted his uncommon new look on stage.
The frontman wore a gray wig, a pair of outsized crimson sunshades, and a black jacket – which was solely zipped up in the direction of the highest – throughout the efficiency.
The band is nonetheless but to observe up their 2011 album ‘Gold Cobra’, although their long-awaited sixth album ‘Stampede Of The Disco Elephants’ stays within the works.
“I believe [Durst’s] lastly on the level now the place he’s gonna decide a set of those songs that he’s lastly cool with and end ’em, and we’re gonna end the file,” guitarist Wes Borland started in June. “So, fingers crossed.”