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Both were on the American Top 40 at numbers 1 and 2 for three consecutive weeks.
The band's "Rhythm of Love" single was the first to be released from the group's 2010 album, The Wonders of the Younger.
The song reached number five on the Hot AC chart, and was in the top ten in 2010 as well.
American Nights was released by Megaforce Records on March 31, 2015.
As the band began to establish itself in the local scene, a fourth member was recruited, Steve Mast, who joined playing lead guitar and sang backing vocals. He was in a back brace for three months and had to learn to walk again.
Higgenson changed his songwriting process, choosing songs that were more meaningful to him, and the band began taking its music career more seriously.
The T's paid their dues for three post-graduation years playing "everywhere we could around Chicago – basements, backyard parties, church basements, VFW (Veterans of Foreign Wars) halls, anything we could get" – before signing with punk-rock indie Fearless Records in 2000.
His stock response to the rare hater who comes forward, he says, is simply to point out "it's not up to us.
The label gives them the song and if they play it, they play it." And he's still kind of awed at the fact that he plays in a band that's had a No.
They'd released three albums on Fearless before , last year's debut for major label Hollywood Records, became a long-fused sleeper hit on the enduring popularity of the singles "Hate (I Really Don't Like You)" and "Delilah.""Hey There Delilah" actually dates from the group's last Fearless record, 2005's for its obvious, teen-girl-melting hit potential."I thought it was good, but I didn't know it would be as big as it was.
I just thought it was a cool song I wrote," says Higgenson, whose simple, plainspoken songs for and about girls definitely tilt more towards the "pop" side of the pop-punk spectrum and therefore make it tough to accuse the T's of "selling out" for getting an acoustic tune on the radio.