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Belle Game, Dilly Dally, Dan Mangan: Radio 3's top 30 songs for the week of July 30, 2018

Editorial Staff

Vancouver's the Belle Game released the last LP, Fear Nothing last year, and are now already back with a follow-up single. The moody, mesmerizing song "Follow" debuts on the chart this week at #27.

Dilly Dally is getting ready to release a new album this fall called Heaven, and the preview single "I Feel Free" is the highest debut on our chart this week. The band, who last released the acclaimed debut Sore in 2015, describes its upcoming album in a press release as having "doom metal vibes with lots of positive messages." Lead singer Katie Monks co-directed the video for the single with Adam Seward and it features her digging up the graves of her fellow band members in a forest.

Other debuts include "If I Don't Know You" from Vallens and "Night Cruise" from Lonely Parade.

Dan Mangan surges to the top spot with the deceptively upbeat single "Troubled Mind" from his upcoming fifth studio album, due out later this year.

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

30. La Force, “You Amaze Me”
29. Vallens, “If I Don’t Know You”
28. Frog Eyes, “Idea Man”
27. Belle Game, “Follow”
26. Autogramm, “Jessica Don’t Like Rock N Roll”
25. Catl, “Baby, You All Wrong”
24. Lonely Parade, “Night Cruise”
23. Bob Moses, “Heaven Only Knows”
22. For Esme, “For Others”
21. Dilly Dally, “I Feel Free” *highest debut*
20. Alice Glass, “Mine”
19. Yung Heazy, “Comfort”
18. Bulow, “Sad And Bored”
17. Calpurnia, “Louie”
16. Folly and the Hunter, “Remain”
15. Great Lake Swimmers, “Alone But Not Alone”
14. Tallies, “Mother”
13. Art D’ecco, “Nobody’s Home”
12. Stars, “One Day Left”
11. Dizzy, “Joshua”
10. Braids, “Collarbones”
9. Kalle Mattson, “Kids On The Run”
8. Boyhood, “Drivin’”
7. Bravestation, “Ray Of Love”
6. Postdata, “Erase Your Heart”
5. Elisapie, “Wolves Don’t Live By The Rules”
4. Donovan Woods, “Truck Full Of Money”
3. Foxtrott, “Wait”
2. Jimmy Hunt, “Galapagos”
1. Dan Mangan, “Troubled Mind”