This week we have a brand new number one that belongs to super-talented singer-songwriter Seeva who returns to the top spot with latest single ‘Young’.
MADELEINE MAYI » Friendly Fires
The highest new entry this week belongs to Madeleine Mayi who creates hauntingly beautiful songs. ‘Friendly Fires’ lands straight at number two. We spoke to Madeleine on the day of the release of the song and you can find our honest chat on our IGTV.
SAM SECCOMBE » Waiting On Your Love
Sam Seccombe is a new name on our chart who brings ‘Waiting On Your Love’. I got to admit that whenever I hear the song, it makes me smile.
FUR ECHO » Idle Threats
Fur Echo is the musical project of East London-based singer-songwriter Marcus Pike who enters the chart for the first time with ‘Idle Threats’.
THOMAS DAY, JOD.E, RYAN RISTIC » Breathe
We fell in love with ‘Breathe’ from the very first moment we heard it and it is one of those very positive tracks that will make you want to head to the dance-floor. Soundwise, imagine Sugababes debut single ‘Overload’ being produced by Tom Misch. What a combo, right?
JOHNNY BOURKE » Can’t Do Without
Congrats to Johnny Bourke as his debut single ‘Can’t Do Without’ not only enters the chart but already has 4600 streams. It brings the energy that can be compared with Jackson5 and this track has lots of potential for mainstream success.
FLO/SO » You
Flo/so is the solo project from French producer & instrumentalist Florian Sauvaire. ‘You’ is his second single this year and now he manages to enter our chart.
JACKO HOOPER » How Lucky We Are
Jacko Hooper is a good friend of our and a wonderful human who loves cats and building communities. Of course, music is where he thrives and we are really to have ‘How Lucky We Are’ enter the chart today.
TREVOR JAMES TILLERY » Beg
The last new entry this week belongs to Trevor James Tillery who captured our attention by 90’s influenced sound.
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