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Mise en Scene, Chad VanGaalen, Broken Social Scene: Radio 3's top 30 songs for the week of July 24, 2017

Editorial Staff

Winnipeg rockers Mise en Scene burst on to the chart this week with their smouldering song "Closer" at #26. Their latest album, Still Life On Fire, was released on June 30 via Light Organ. The song's video portrays a bittersweet love story set against the backdrop of the adult film industry.

Editor's note: video contains violence and nudity.

Chad VanGaalen is getting ready to release his sixth studio album this fall, and the song "Old Heads" is our highest debut. He recorded Light Information in his Calgary garage studio and it will be released on September 8 via Flemish Eye.

Elsewhere on the chart, folk singer-songwriter Sarah Jane Scouten debuts with "Bang Bang," which lands at #28.

Broken Social Scene is back on top with the title track from Hug of Thunder. It's the second song from their new album to reach #1, following the chart-topping single "Halfway Home."

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

30. Bernice, “Talking About Her”
29. Sarah Jane Scouten, “Bang Bang”
28. Ashleigh Ball, “Crazy”
27. Mozart’s Sister, “Plastic Memories”
26. Mise En Scene, “Closer”
25. Oh Susanna, “Tickets On The Weekend”
24. Megative, “More Time”
23. Peter Peter, “Damien”
22. Partner, “Everybody Knows”
21. Chad VanGaalen, “Old Heads” *highest debut*
20. The Dears, “Of Fisticuffs”
19. Close Talker, “Afterthought”
18. Hooded Fang, “Nene Of The Light”
17. Geoffroy, “Sleeping On My Own”
16. New Pornographers, “Colosseums”
15. She-Devils, “Darling”
14. Blood And Glass, “Hop That Fence”
13. Cold Specks, “Wild Card”
12. Mo Kenney, “If You’re Not Dead”
11. Stars, “Privilege”
10. Daniel Romano, “When I Learned Your Name”
9. Lou Canon, “Steady Flow”
8. Hollerado, “I Got You”
7. American Lips, “Beyond The 7-11”
6. Land Of Talk, “This Time”
5. Death From Above 1979, “Freeze Me”
4. Alvvays, “In Undertow”
3. Tops, “Dayglo Bimbo”
2. Arcade Fire, “Everything Now”
1. Broken Social Scene, “Hug Of Thunder”