Independent Chart Wrap: Sia floods indie music charts
At the top of the Carlton Dry Independent Singles chart this week is once again Flume featuring Kai, with their track Never Be Like You keeping its #1 spot since last week’s debut. The Rubens’Hoops jumps to #2 this week up three spots from last week’s #5, pushing Marcus Marr & Chet Faker’s The Trouble With Us to #3.
Sia’s Cheap Thrills sits at #4 up from last week’s #7, meanwhile Meg Mac makes big moves with Never Be moving to #6 up from last week’s #19.
Sia adds another Top 10 hit to her list with Unstoppable debuting at #9 while her other hit Alive sits below at #8 down from last week’s #4.
A few re-entries into the charts this week with Hayden James’ Something About You coming in at #17, as well as Vallis Alps’ Young re-entering at #16 and The Bennies’Party Machine landing at #12.
We have no movement from the Top 2spots this week however The Rubens’Hoops has provided some change coming in at #3 from last week’s #4. The Rubens’Hold Me Back sits beside it at #4 up one spot from last week’s #5.
Vance Joy’s long time hit Riptide makes its peak in the charts at #7 while The Bennies’Party Machine re-enters the charts at #8. Boo Seeka’s Fool sits at #11 this week up from #15, and Methyl Ethyl’s Rogues moves to #16 from last week’s #18.
Elizabeth Rose re-enters the charts with Should Would Coulda at #18, as does Sia’s Elastic Heart coming in at #20.
Indie rock golden childCourtney Barnett holds onto her #1 spot that she has become accustomed towith her debut album Sometimes I Sit And Think and Sometimes I Just Sit. Sia’s 1000 Forms Of Fear also holds onto the #2 spot, while Hermitude slides into the #3 spot with Dark Night Sweet Light up from last week’s #5.
Flight Facilities make moves this week with Down To Earth at #6 up from last week’s #11, Russell Morris’ Red Dirt Red Heart holds onto #9 for another week.
The Waifs re-enter the charts with Up All Night coming in at #14, meanwhile Bill Chambers makes his debut into the chart with Cold Trail at #18.
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