On the week ending October 31, 2015, it entered the top 5 at number four, becoming Mendes' highest-peaking song on the chart, as well as his first top 5 hit. It was nominated for Choice Music Single: Male Artist at the. In the United States, the song debuted at number 14 on the Billboard on the chart dated April 25, 2015. It was also performed on The Jonathan Ross Show. The song spent a total of 52 weeks on the Billboard Hot 100 before dropping out on June 11, 2016. It was the most-added song at Canadian for the week of June 13, 2015 and debuted at number 50 on the airplay chart for that week.
It also topped the Slovenian Chart, Scottish Official Charts Company and and reached the top 5 in Germany, Ireland, Australia and New Zealand. The song jumped 12 spots to enter the top 20 at number 20 for the week ending September 10, 2015. As he does an invisible force or a ghost is knocking him over in various ways. It later peaked at number 4 on the chart dated 7 December 2015. He has also performed a stripped down version at the.
His performance was praised by several publications such as and , with particular praise towards his vocal performance and instrumenatal skills. The song was composed in with a tempo of 150 beats per minute and a of 4 4. It became his first top 10 single on the , charting at number four. The clip begins with Mendes driving his car into an abandoned parking lot where he gets out and begins singing the song's verses. It has been certified Platinum by the of Sweden as of September 9, 2015.
On April 29, 2015, he performed the song live on both and on as the episodes' musical guest. Archived from on December 28, 2016. After that, it was initially released to iTunes via Island Records on March 16, 2015 as the third pre-order exclusive track and was subsequently serviced to radio via on May 5, 2015 as the album's third official single. As a , Mendes would pretend to be attacked by a ghost. It has since peaked at number one on the chart, becoming his first number one hit. Select Platinum in the Certification field. Archived from on May 5, 2015.
Hitparáda — Radio Top 100 Oficiální. Mendes regains strength and runs through the parking lot but the force or ghost knocks his body into a wall where he goes to a bathroom to wash off his disabled face but after rinsing it finds that it has gone back to normal. Hitparáda — Singles Digital Top 100 Oficiálna. . Type Shawn Mendes in the top right search bar.
Archived from on March 3, 2016. On June 21, 2015, he performed the song at the. It was written and produced by , , and Daniel Kyriakides, and recorded by Mendes in 2014. The song peaked at number two on the week ending October 9, 2015, making it the song's best chart performance in any region so far. Select singles in the Format field. Hitparáda — Digital Top 100 Oficiální.
Hitparáda — Radio Top 100 Oficiálna. Note: insert 201612 into search. Later, it re-entered the chart at number 40 and eventually peaked at number 10. On the week ending August 27, 2015, the song entered the top 40 at number 35, climbed seven positions from number 42. In Australia, the song debuted at number 48 on the on the chart dated October 26, 2015.
It rose to number two on the Bubbling Under chart for the week of June 6, 2015 before debuting on the proper at number 89 for the chart dated June 13, 2015. Mendes eventually announced a new music video for the song on his Instagram account, which was premiered on June 24, 2015. It was initially released to iTunes via on March 16, 2015 as the first pre-order exclusive track and was subsequently serviced to radio via on May 5, 2015 as the album's third official single. In July 2015, an acoustic version video duet with was also released. Archived from on August 22, 2017.
As the song goes on the force or ghost gets more vicious and slams his head into his car window. The song entered the top 10 at number nine for the chart dated October 17, 2015 and climbed to number eight on the following week. It gradually rose up the charts and reached number 58, before dropping out a few weeks later. . . . .
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