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Mozart's Sister, Lou Canon, Lydia Ainsworth: Radio 3's top 30 songs for the week of March 27, 2017

Andrea Warner

Montreal electro-pop artist Mozart's Sister (a.k.a. Caila Thompson-Hannant) marks the highest debut this week, arriving at No. 22 on the R3-30 with her digital dance party, "Eternally Girl."

Lou Canon's moody slow-burn "Coma" makes its debut at No. 24.

Lydia Ainsworth, whose much-anticipated new album, Darling of the Afterglow, finally drops March 31 (and is streaming right here on CBC Music a week early), celebrates another victory this week. Her single "The Road," which has already spent seven weeks on the R3-30, climbs all the way back to claim the top spot in its eighth week.

Here is the full list of our top 30 songs this week:

30. The Franklin Electric, “Save Yourself”
29. Said the Whale, “Step Into Darkness”
28. More Or Les, “Long Way to Go”
27. Arcade Fire, “I Give You Power”
26. Century Palm, “Reset Reaction”
25. Diana, “What You Get”
24. Lou Canon, “Coma”
23. Odd Years, “Troubadour”
22. Mozart’s Sister, “Eternally Girl” *highest debut*
21. Common Deer, “Damages”
20. Dante Decaro, “Love Like Thieves”
19. Dany Laj & the Looks, “Sweet Pretender”
18. Peter Peter, “Loving Game”
17. Heat, “City Limits”
16. No Joy, “Califone”
15. Calvin Love, “Warm Blindness & A Cool Breeze”
14. Abdominal & DJ Format, “Behind The Scenes”
13. Fast Romantics, “Why We Fight”
12. The Tourist Company, “Apollo”
11. Sam Roberts Band, “Black Spark”
10. Jacque Greene, “Real Time”
9. Whitehorse, “Boys Like You”
8. Sam Patch, “Listening”
7. Timber Timbre, “Sewer Blues”
6. Japandroids, “No Known Drink Or Drug”
5. New Pornographers, “High Ticket Attractions”
4. John K. Samson, “Vampire Alberta Blues”
3. Mac DeMarco, “My Old Man”
2. Amelia Curran, “Gravity”
1. Lydia Ainsworth, “The Road”