London based singer-songwriter Jess Young makes a massive debut straight at the top spot with a hauntingly heartfelt single ‘Holding On & Letting Go’.
LOTOS » Home
LOTOS is a brand new singer-songwriter from Scotland who storms our chart with her debut single ‘Home’.
Luca Wilding » Heartachers
‘Heartachers’ is the first single from Luca Wilding after three years of silence. The song was writer to a friend in the early stages of dealing with mental illness. Fragile, emotional and captivating it lands at number nine.
Duccbod » Phone Screen
We’ve been obsessed with Duccbod’s single ‘Phone Screen’. We featured it on New Music Sunday and as a track of the day. Today haunting song enters the chart at number fourteen.
Zoe Graham & Blicero » Stubborn Fire
Yes! Yes! Yes! ‘Stubborn Fire’ is entering our chart at number sixteen. It has such an uplifting mood that just makes you want to dance. And talking about the video, it captured all the moments how to have fun during the lockdown.
Feiertag & James Alexander Bright » It’s Alright
‘It’s Alright’ is another positive track that is the result of an awesome collaboration between Dutch producer Feiertag & James Alexander Bright.
TALKSLOW » Syncopate M2
Brighton based band Talkslow is bringing a very catchy uplifting track ‘Syncopate’ that is accompanied by a lockdown video.
Lilith Ai » Quarantine
It’s no surprise that we are witnessing the whole bunch songs coming out of the time spent in the lockdown. Guitarist and singer-songwriter Lilith Ai is saying that it’s gonna be summer soon and advising not to go outside. Thank God, the strict measures are being revoked.
Vandalye » Blame The Record
3-piece band Vandalye that consists of identical twins Lucas and Thomas and lead singer Scott mark their first appearance on the chart with ‘Blame The Record’.
La Lusid » Beehive
The last new entry starts its journey at number thirty-nine. ‘Beehive’ is such a brilliant tracks. It’s a shame that it nearly missed out of the chart, however we can only hope that it will pick up more votes in the following weeks.
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