And what's with all the Aussies taking over the whole chart?! This week's Greatest Gainer is This Song Is Not About A Girl by Flume and Chet Faker, both of whom also take over the top spot of the Albums charts with the amazing collaborative Lockjaw EP. The song gains 75 chart points and makes a jump to #2. They also bounce back one spot to #3 with Left Alone after 17 weeks.
Good moves this week for chart newbies DARKSIDE with Paper Trails and Phantogram with Fall In Love who make their way to the top 10 at #6 and #8, respectively, after only 5 weeks. Foster The People's new single Coming Of Age starts warming up on the ears and jumps 20 to #12 - their third highest chart peak so far after Pumped Up Kicks (#2) and Call It What You Want (#11) from 2011. Bad Suns, which has become a guilty pleasure with their Cardiac Arrest, makes a big jump to #19 this week. But the biggest Jump belongs to Wild Cub with Thunder Clatter moving up 29 spots to #47.
Mr. Probz, another artist making its way into the chart for the first time, gets the Highest New Entry with the Robin Schulz Remix to Waves debuting at #34. Chart royalty Mariah Carey makes has a couple of debuts with her new single You're Mine (Eternal) (#96) and it's remix with Trey Songz (#49) - marking her 97th and 98th main chart entries so far! More new songs include Beck's Waking Light (#69), Cherub's Doses & Mimosas (#78), Magic Man's Paris (#80), MØ's Don't Wanna Dance (#81), The National's I Need My Girl (#91), U2's Invisible (#92), N.A.S.A. & Aynzli Jones' Hide (Tropkillaz Remix) (#93), Sam Smith's acoustic version of Disclosure's Latch (#94), and Diplo's Revolution (RUN DMT Remix) (#95).
For more, check out TMJ's Weekly Top Chart