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Alvvays, Arcade Fire, the Dears: Radio 3's top 30 songs for the week of July 3, 2017

Editorial Staff

It's been nearly three yeas since Alvvays put out their memorable self-titled debut, and the Toronto band is now ready to return with a follow up to that effort. Antisocialites will be released on September 8, and the first single from the album, "In Undertow," checks in on our top 30 at #19.

Another band emerging from hibernation soon is Arcade Fire. The Grammy-winning group announced the tracklist for their upcoming album Everything Now last week, and the title track is the highest debut on our chart at #16.

Other debuts this week include "Nene Of The Light" from Hooded Fang, "Beyond the 7-11" from American Lips, and "Freeze Me" from Death From Above.

The Dears climb to the number one spot with "Of Fisticuffs," the first single from their upcoming release Times Infinity Volume 2. We will have an advance stream of this album starting on July 6.


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

30. The Bandicoots, “Rocky Horror”
29. Hooded Fang, “Nene Of The Light”
28. Blood And Glass, “Hop That Fence”
27. The Wooden Sky, “You’re Not Alone”
26. American Lips, “Beyond The 7-11”
25. Taylor Knox, “Running Into Love”
24. Lou Canon, “Steady Flow”
23. The Matinee, “Figure It Out”
22. Death From Above, “Freeze Me”
21. Mother Mother, “Love Struck”
20. Hollerado, “I Got You”
19. Alvvays, “In Undertow”
18. Bernice, “Talking About Her”
17. Tops, “Dayglo Bimbo”
16. Arcade Fire, “Everything Now” *highest debut*
15. Broken Social Scene, “Hug Of Thunder”
14. Common Deer, “Feather And Bone”
13. Daniel Romano, “When I Learned Your Name”
12. Geoffroy, “Sleeping On My Own”
11. Land Of Talk, “This Time”
10. Jacques Greene, “To Say”
9. Whitehorse, “Nighthawks”
8. Rococode, “Brutal”
7. Mozart’s Sister, “Plastic Memories”
6. Figure Walking, “The Country”
5. New Swears, “Dance With The Devil”
4. Sam Patch, “St. Sebastian”
3. Wilsen, “Garden”
2. Walrus, “Regular Face”
1. The Dears, “Of Fisticuffs”