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Lou Canon, Dead Soft, Dizzy: Radio 3's top 30 songs for the week of August 13, 2018

Editorial Staff

Toronto electro-pop artist Lou Canon is back with a new single called "Uncover The Lover," the first new song she's released since her well-received 2017 album Suspicious. It breaks on to the top 30 at #23 this week

Vancouver punk rockers Dead Soft recently signed to indie powerhouse label Arts & Crafts, and have released a new single titled "Kill Me." Their forthcoming EP, New Emotion, is coming out this fall, and its name is a reference to the Eurythmics song "Here Comes The Rain Again."

“We chose this as the name for the EP due to the mysterious duality of the meaning,” said vocalist and songwriter Nathaniel Epp via press release. “‘New Emotion’ in and of itself sounds bright and new, but the lyric it stems from — 'Here comes the rain again / Falling on my head like a memory / Falling on my head like a new emotion' — evokes a sense of sadness and longing.”

"Kill Me" is the highest debut on the chart this week at #20.

Other debuts this week include "About Moi" from Jacobus at #29 and "Hercules" from Tokyo Police Club at #27.

After seven weeks on the chart, Dizzy surges to the #1 spot with "Joshua."

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

30. Foxtrott, “Wait”
29. Jacobus, “About Moi”
28. Tallies, “Mother”
27. Tokyo Police Club, “Hercules”
26. Jimmy Hunt, “Galapagos”
25. Jiants, “Plan”
24. Kalle Mattson, “Kids On The Run”
23. Lou Canon, “Uncover The Lover”
22. Vallens, “If I Don’t Know You”
21. Nehiyawak, “Somnambulist”
20. Dead Soft, “Kill Me” *highest debut*
19. Belle Game, “Follow”
18. Shad, “The Fool Pt. 1 (Get It Got It Good)”
17. Patrick Watson, “Melody Noir”
16. Autogramm, “Jessica Don’t Like Rock N Roll”
15. Bravestation, “Ray Of Love”
14. Bob Moses, “Heaven Only Knows”
13. Lonely Parade, “Night Cruise”
12. Dilly Dally, “I Feel Free”
11. Metric, “Dark Saturday”
10. Yung Heazy, “Comfort”
9. Postdata, “Erase Your Heart”
8. Alice Glass, “Mine”
7. Bulow, “Sad And Bored”
6. Folly and the Hunter, “Remain”
5. Dan Mangan, “Troubled Mind”
4. Great Lake Swimmers, “Alone But Not Alone”
3. Art D’ecco, “Nobody’s Home”
2. Stars, “One Day Left”
1. Dizzy, “Joshua”