Nickelback is back — thanks to President Trump.
The Canadian pop rockers, who haven’t exactly topped the Billboard charts in more than a decade, saw downloads of their 2005 song “Photograph” go through the roof after Trump posted a clip of the tune online to take a shot at Joe Biden, Yahoo Finance said Tuesday.
Trump’s meme using the song on Twitter and YouTube sparked a 569 percent jump in downloads of the song — and more than 770,000 audio and video streams.
“LOOK AT THIS PHOTOGRAPH!” Trump said in the now-removed post.
The Oct. 2 post showed a doctored version of the song’s video, which shows Nickelback front man Chad Kroeger holding a photo frame.
In Trump’s version, the frame had a photo of the former vice president, his son Hunter Biden, and an executive from the controversial Ukrainian gas company that had hired the younger Biden.
According to Billboard magazine, the posts were pulled “because of copyright complaints.”
But not before doing wonders for the Canadian rockers’ portfolio.
“Photograph” was streamed 772,000 times between Oct 2 and Oct. 3 on services like Spotify, Apple Music and YouTube, Billboard said — even though downloads only totaled 1,000 for the week.
The song was one of Nickelback’s most successful tunes, peaking at No. 2 on the Billboard Hot 100 in October 2005.