Badflower Notches Third No. 1 From Debut Album

Rock group badflower has earned a third No. 1 single from their debut Big Machine/John Varvatos Records project, OK, I’m Sick. The group’s single “The Jester” tops the Billboard Mainstream Rock chart and Mediabase Active Rock chart.

“The irony is amazing,” says badflower frontman Josh Katz. “A song written about not being respected or taken seriously by the music industry is now the No. 1 most played rock song in America by the music industry. After everything we’ve accomplished now, it’s wild to think about how many years we spent as the underdog band.”

The chart-topping song tops a year that has included a global headlining tour as well as previous No. 1 hits “Ghost” and “Heroin.” Those songs delve into an array of topics including depression, suicide, anxiety, politics and more. Currently badflower is on the road touring throughout Europe and will wrap the US leg of their OK, I’m Sick Tour in December.

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