Seems like everyone’s digging “Dirt.”

The first single from Florida Georgia Line’s forthcoming sophomore album is already a massive hit, having broken the record for the most adds at radio in its first week out.

“Dirt” received a whopping 127 Mediabase adds, according to radio trade publication Country Aircheck. (Translation: 127 radio stations are now playing the ballad after just one week.)

The duo broke the record previously set by their friend Taylor Swift, who received 116 adds back in 2012 when her single “We Are Never Ever Getting Back Together” first hit radio.

In celebration of the release of their new single, FGL has kicked off their “Dirt” campaign in an effort to raise $100,000 for Habitat for Humanity.

Florida Georgia Line is slated to release their new album later this year.