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“Portugal. TheMan”‘s smash hit “Feel It Still” continues to top music charts


Chart-topping Portland rockers PORTUGAL. THE MAN continues their quest for world domination with their smash single “Feel It Still,” which has tied with Muse’s “Madness” for most weeks at #1 on the Alternative radio BDS charts. The song spent 2 weeks #1 at Top 40, continuing its remarkable reign of what feels like every chart imaginable. It peaked at #4 on Billboard’s Hot 100 chart after spending 17 weeks as #1 at Alternative Radio, 13 weeks as #1 at Triple A, 3 weeks as #1 at Hot AC, and 7 consecutive weeks as #1 on the U.S. Shazam Chart.

Portugal. The Man took the stage at Sunday night’s 2017 American Music Awards for a much-talked-about performance of “Feel It Still,” which opened with the statement “No Computers Up Here, Just Live Instruments,” appearing on the screens behind the band. Aside from being the most Shazammed performance of the evening, Alternative Press praised the band in an op-ed titled: “Portugal. The Man’s AMA’s performance highlights need for alt music at award shows.”

And, just in case you haven’t had enough of this infectious song or the faces of these “Lords of Portland,” the band stopped by The Late Late Show With James Corden to perform, you guessed it, “Feel It Still.” These performances join the band’s run of TV performances including The Tonight Show Starring Jimmy Fallon, The Ellen DeGeneres Show, CONAN and CBS This Morning.

The band has announced dates for the North American leg of their world tour, set to get underway Thursday, February 1, at McDonald Theatre in Eugene, Oregon. For complete details and ticket information, visit their website.


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