Syncs on Walking Dead have helped push a 54-year-old Roy Orbison song and the entire catalog of the Collapsable Hearts Club up the Shazam USA Top 100 chart.

“Easy Street” from the Collapsable Hearts Club, featuring two veterans of the L.A. singer-songwriter scene, Jim Bianco and Petra Haden, rose 157 slots to #44, making it the week’s Biggest Mover. Success for the 1 minute, 45 second song from Steady Music extended into the U.K. where it was up 160 slots to #41. The Orbison track, “Crying,” is up 101 spaces to #100.

Capitol’s Broods benefited from a sync as well as “All of Your Glory” was used in ABC’s Grey’s Anatomy. Airplay and a solid digital presence pushed Future’s “Used To This” up 44 slots to #47.

Vaults’ “One Day I’ll Fly Away” shot up 189 slots to #12 on the U.K. Top 100 chart, making it the week’s Biggest Gainer. That’s what happens when you land a track on the John Lewis department stores’ annual Christmas advertisements—you get a massive hit.