Scottish Indietronica four-piece Dictator reaches the top spot with “Taped” as the song jumps five places and becomes the latest number one.
This week we have eight new entries. The highest one belongs to a singer-songwriter and synth-player making bedroom pop in Bristol. ‘Wake Me Up’ shoots straight to number four.
Hazlett describes himself as just one heck of an emotional, stubborn, simple, romantic guy. “Easy Now Tiger” got our attention and lands at number seven.
Stop Light Observations was born + raised in Charleston. “How Do U Feel” marks their debut at number ten.
Dean Knill is a 23-year-old singer-songwriter from West Sussex. ‘I Loved You More’ is Dean’s debut single is about a tough relationship that taught him that no matter how much you love someone, you can’t make them love you the same.
There’s not much info that we could find about Demotapes. However, that didn’t stop up to feature their single ‘Tear Me Down’ at number eighteen.
A few weeks ago, we named CARLI & THE DARK’s ‘Mimi’ as the best new song of the week. Now the song finally enters the chart at number twenty.
Sisters on Wire is a band from Lithuania who is making their first appearance on our chart. ‘Taip Jau Gavosi’ is new at number twenty-seven.
The last new entry belongs to the band that approached us. ‘Girl’ is taken from the band’s second EP ’02’ and it starts the journey at number thirty-three.
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