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No Joy, Mac DeMarco, the Sadies: Radio 3's top 30 songs for the week of February 27, 2017

Editorial Staff

Montreal fuzz-pop band No Joy are back with a a new EP called Creep and their song. "Califone," checks in at #30 on our chart this week.


Mac DeMarco makes an impressive debut, checking in at #23 with the contemplative acoustic song "My Old Man" from his upcoming album This Old Dog, which is set to be released on May 5. Other debuts this week include "Listening" from Sam Patch, "No Known Drink Or Drug" from Japandroids and "Vampire Alberta Blues" from John K. Samson.


At the top of the chart, veteran roots-rockers the Sadies take over at #1 with "It's Easy (Like Walking)" from their brand-new album Northern Passages.


Here is the complete rundown of our top 30 this week:

30. No Joy, “Califone”
29. Le Trouble, “How Was I To Know”
28. Sam Patch, “Listening”
27. Japandroids, “No Known Drink Or Drug”
26. Van Carton, “Tu Cries”
25. John K. Samson, “Vampire Alberta Blues”
24. Marie Davidson, “Naive To The Bone”
23. Mac DeMarco, “My Old Man” *highest debut*
22. Timber Timbre, “Sewer Blues”
21. A Tribe Called Red, “Maima Koopi”
20. Abdominal & DJ Format, “Behind The Scenes”
19. Amelia Curran, “Gravity”
18. Common Deer, “Damages”
17. Whitehorse, “Boys Like You”
16. Little Scream, “People”
15. The Wooden Sky, “Swimming In Strange Waters”
14. New Pornographers, “High Ticket Attractions”
13. Rural Alberta Advantage, “White Lights”
12. The Velveteins, “Don’t Yah Feel Better”
11. Lydia Ainsworth, “The Road”
10. Teen Daze, “Cycle”
9. Said The Whale, “Step Into Darkness”
8. Tim Darcy, “Tall Glass of Water”
7. Jenn Grant, “Galaxies”
6. Hollerado, “Born Yesterday”
5. Del Bel, “Do What The Bass Says”
4. Arcade Fire, “I Give You Power”
3. Jeen, “Modern Life (Electrified)”
2. Pick A Piper, “Geographically Opposed”
1. The Sadies, “Easy (Like Walking)”