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Digits, U.S. Girls, Gord Downie: Radio 3's top 30 songs for the week of Jan. 1, 2018

By
Editorial Staff

Toronto electro-pop artist Digits returned this summer with his first new track since 2015's Get Through LP. The seriously groovy track "The Day You Fight Back" cracks the top 30 at #30.

Meg Remy, A.K.A. U.S. Girls, has released the opening track from her highly anticipated upcoming album, In A Poem Unlimited. On "Velvet 4 Sale," she continues her fascinating exploration of art-pop — the song feels retro, funky, and wholly original all at once.

Other debuts on the chart this week include "Peace Sign" from Girlfriend Material, "I Don't Know" from Pony and "Mistakes" from Common Deer.

Gord Downie's "Love Over Money" was the highest debut on the chart five weeks ago and it now climbs three spots to reach #1. It's a tribute from the Tragically Hip frontman to his bandmates and an incredibly moving song.

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

30. Digits, “The Day You Fight Back”
29. Whitney Rose, “Better To My Baby”
28. Girlfriend Material, “Peace Sign”
27. Twist, “Freak”
26. Pony, “I Don’t Know”
25. Common Deer, “Mistakes”
24. Corridor, “Deux Coeurs (ft. Halo Maud)”
23. U.S. Girls, “Velvet 4 Sale” *highest debut*
22. Daphni, “Carry On”
21. The Wet Secrets, “Give It To Me Straight”
20. Wilderness Of Manitoba, “Run From The Dark”
19. Deep Dark Woods, “Fallen Leaves”
18. Arcade Fire, “Put Your Money On Me”
17. Barr Brothers, “Maybe Someday”
16. Woolworm, “Judgement Day”
15. Grounders, “Bringin’ It In”
14. Milk & Bone, “Deception Bay”
13. Fanny Bloom, “Petit Bois”
12. Young Galaxy, “Elusive Dream”
11. SC Mira, “Breaking My Skin”
10. Patrick Watson, “Broken”
9. Alvvays, “Saved By A Waif”
8. Grand Analog, “Mutations”
7. Destroyer, “Tinseltown Swimming In Blood”
6. Dear Rouge, “Boys & Blondes”
5. Weaves, “Walkaway”
4. Blue Hawaii, “Tenderness”
3. Ought, “These Three Things”
2. Rural Alberta Advantage, “Bad Luck”
1. Gord Downie, “Love Over Money”