This week Brighton based singer-songwriter SABRINA with “Losing Sleep” climbs nine places and becomes the latest number one.
This week we have nine new entries.
Bella Hutton » Shadows
We were thrilled that singer-songwriter Bella Hutton reached out to us few weeks ago via Instagram and shared her latest single “Shadows”. This week it is the highest new entry at number six.
Seeva & Emma Seeberg » Breathing » Remix
For “Breathing” Seeva teamed up with Emma Seeberg, it’s a remix of the single that was featured on Seeva‘s debut EP that was released earlier in the year.
Favela » Breathing
Favela is one of the best discoveries of the year. Their previous single just left the chart this week and today “Breathing” enters the chart ay number twenty one. As well it’s worth mentioning that Favela’s album “Commensality” is one of the best this year.
Megan Lara Mae » Jungle
Another artists to return to the chart with a brand new single is Megan Lara Mae. We’ve been following her for several years and this track will definitely take you to the “Jungle”.
Edie Bens » Cashmere Sweaters
We were looking forward to a brand new song from Edie Bens after we fell in love with her debut track “The First One”. We are thrilled that “Cashmere Sweaters” is suck a sick track that makes a debut at number twenty-three.
Owen Denvir » This Could Be Love
Owen Denvir came into our radar at the end of 2019 after releasing “Ghost” that easily reached the top spot. Today “This Could Be Love” starts its journey at number twenty-five.
Kate Lomas » Hazy
“Hazy” was released a while ago and finally Kate Lomas manages to enter the chart at number thirty-one.
Chris Wise And The Hidden Revolution » Rust
We were introduced to “Rust” via email and we fell in love with not only with the sound but as well with the idea for the video that is a perfect reflection of what the world is experiencing right now.
Tilda Allie » BOI
The last new entry belongs to Tilda Allie. “BOI” was waiting for its turn to enter the chart and finally the song is new at number thirty-four.