Fleetwood Mac themselves even said they loved it. Since its release in 1977, the track has remained one of the most consistently listened-to rock songs in the US. This week it's Andrew and Luke, It's hard to tell that he's old – Reid backs Brady, Family-run Worcester gift store named Britain’s best small shop of 2020, Investing in the future: ADRIAN LOWERY looks at the exciting trends that adventurous investors can back in their Isas - and how to go about it, Best iPad and tablet deals for Black Friday 2020: Apple, Amazon Fire and other tablet bargains, High blood pressure in middle age affects brain in later life, Tesla issues two recalls affecting 9,500 vehicles, Dock Mill by Urban Agency set to be one of Europe's tallest timber buildings, Woman awakes to female intruder frying chicken and eggs in her kitchen. Fleetwood Mac have enjoyed a spike in sales after a TikTok video that used a clip of the band’s song, “Dreams”, went viral. 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Billboard reports that for the three-day period of 25-27 September, the song received 2.9 million on-demand streams (up 88.7 per cent) and a further 3,000 (up 374 per cent) in digital download sales. “Dreams”, taken from Fleetwood Mac’s album Rumours, previously enjoyed a bump in sales in 2018, after a meme of Alcorn State University’s Golden Girls dance team performing to the song went viral on Twitter. TikTok user @420doggface208 – who calls himself “Dogg Face” on his account – hit peak chilled out vibes when he recorded himself skateboarding down the street. Which royals will be in the Queen’s bubble for Christmas? 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At one point, he also lip-syncs to Stevie Nicks’ lead vocal. ♬ Dreams (2004 Remaster) - Fleetwood Mac Apodaca has been ruling the internet since Sept. 25, when he posted a TikTok of him jamming out to the Fleetwood Mac tune while skating down a highway and sipping from a large bottle of Ocean Spray cranberry juice. Mick Fleetwood, co-founder of the legendary band Fleetwood Mac, posted a video of himself drinking cranberry juice and riding a skateboard, recreating a popular TikTok … “I will never be as cool as this guy, skateboarding, drinking juice straight out of the bottle, and vibing to Fleetwood Mac,” one viewer tweeted, in a post that received more than 40,000 likes. It is also Fleetwood Mac’s only No 1 song in the US. Like us on Facebook to see similar stories, Country diary: a mast year for the mighty oak, Australians ridicule British web series The Crown, Who'll find love on our virtual date?

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