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Jacques Greene, Fast Romantics, Arcade Fire: Radio 3's top 30 songs for the week of March 6, 2017

Editorial Staff

Electronic artist Jacques Greene breaks on to our top 30 this week with a song from his highly anticipated debut album Feel Infinite. "Real Time" is our highest debut and checks in at #24. Greene is known for his collaborations and remixes with the likes of Tinashe, Radiohead, Sampha and Shlohmo. His new record will out on March 10 via Arts & Crafts.


Other debuts on the chart this week include "Love Like Thieves" from Dante Decaro, "Why We Fight" from Fast Romantics and "Black Spark" from Sam Roberts Band.


Arcade Fire moves up to the number one spot this week with "I Give You Power," their collaboration with legendary singer and activist Mavis Staples. The Grammy-winning band has reportedly finished work on its new album, with a huge tour planned for 2017.


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

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