Canadian act The Glorious Sons have landed their first Number One song on a U.S. chart as “S.O.S. (Sawed Off Shotgun)” made its way to the top of the Active Rock radio survey last week. That makes the group the first rock act to top the chart with its first single since Bad Wolves did it last year with their cover of the Cranberries’ “Zombie.” The song is the second single from Young Beauties and Fools, the second full-length album from The Glorious Sons. Released in October 2017, the LP won the Juno Award — the Canadian equivalent of the Grammy — in 2018 for rock album of the year. The Glorious Sons also have eight consecutive Top 10 rock radio hits in Canada and have topped the charts their previously with “Everything Is Alright.” The quintet will hit the road next month for a U.S. tour that kicks off on February 12th in Cambridge, Massachusetts and will wind through the States before ending up in Seattle on March 13th.