Taylor Swift has jumped from country to country, and now she also has rock music to her name. The Alcott, a collaboration with The National, debuted on the Billboard Rock & Alternative Airplay chart, marking their first appearance on the list.
“The Alcott” debuted at No. 45 on the chart with 636,000 impressions to rock viewers, painting reports. While it marks Swift’s first appearance on the Rock & Alternative Airplay chart, it is the sixth appearance for The National, whose album The first two pages of Frankenstein featuring the song.
Swift has appeared on other rock charts in the past. She appeared on Adult Alternative Airplay four times thanks to songs like “Exile,” which featured Bon Iver, “Coney Island,” another collaboration with The National, and “Snow on the Beach,” which featured vocals from Lana Del Rey.
“The Alcott” isn’t Swift’s only track on the Billboard charts at the moment. “Karma” is currently at No. 2 on the Hot 100, while “Anti-Hero” is at No. 3 on Adult Pop Airplay and No. 2 on Adult Contemporary.
Swift — who recently split from 1975 star Matty Healy after a brief romance — announced Speak now (Taylor version), Re-recording of her 2010 studio album with appearances by Fall Out Boy and Hayley Williams. Looks like more rock chart appearances will be coming in her future!