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Devon Welsh, MorMor, Dilly Dally: Radio 3's top 30 songs for the week of September 3, 2018

By
Editorial Staff

Devon Welsh debuts on the chart this week with a new song called the "By the Daylight," which debuts at #26 on the top 30 this week. Welsh, the former frontman of the now-defunct indie-pop group Majical Cloudz, released his debut solo album, Dream Songs, last week.

It's hard to pin down the sound of singer, songwriter and multi-instrumentalist Seth Nyquist, A.K.A. MorMor, to any one genre. The rising Toronto artist writes, records and produces most of his own work, and this week he has the highest debut on our chart with "Lost," an intoxicating mix of light-as-air vocals set against a backdrop of relaxed, pulsating electro-pop.

Nick Ferrio also debuts on the chart this week with "I Don't Know How Long."

Toronto rockers Dilly Dally grab the top spot with "I Feel Free" after six weeks on the chart. The band's new album, Heaven, will come out on Sept. 14.

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

30. Folly and the Hunter, “Remain”
29. Nick Ferrio, “I Don’t Know How Long”
28. Autogramm, “Jessica Don’t Like Rock N Roll”
27. The Darcys, “Just Here With My Friend (feat. Leah Fay)”
26. Devon Welsh, “By The Daylight”
25. Great Lake Swimmers, “Alone But Not Alone”
24. Chris Velan, “All Time Record”
23. Basement Revolver, “Dancing”
22. MorMor, “Lost” *highest debut*
21. Lonely Parade, “Night Cruise”
20. Jeen, “Any Moment”
19. Sandro Perri, “In Another Life”
18. Jim Bryson, “Cut Bait”
17. Jacobus, “About Moi”
16. Helena Deland, “Claudion”
15. Golden Drag, “Caught Leaking Light”
14. Bob Moses, “Heaven Only Knows”
13. Ellis, “The Drain”
12. Jiants, “Plan”
11. Tokyo Police Club, “Hercules”
10. Vallens, “If I Don’t Know You”
9. Ralph, “Tables Have Turned”
8. Belle Game, “Follow”
7. Lou Canon, “Uncover The Lover”
6. Dead Soft, “Kill Me”
5. Metric, “Dark Saturday”
4. Nehiyawak, “Somnambulist”
3. Shad, “The Fool Pt. 1 (Get It Got It Good)”
2. Patrick Watson, “Melody Noir”
1. Dilly Dally, “I Feel Free”