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Stars, Munya, Echlo: Radio 3's top 30 songs for the week of Dec. 10, 2018

Editorial Staff

A new song from Stars called "Are You With Me?" debuts on the chart this week, sliding in at #25. The track is produced by Kevin Drew of Broken Social Scene, and is partly inspired by Gord Downie, who died last year following a battle with brain cancer.

Josie Boivin, A.K.A. Munya, has the highest debut this week with "Hotel Delmano" leaping on to the chart at #21. The song is from her latest EP, Delmano (named after a cocktail bar in Williamsburg, Brooklyn) and is based on one of her dreams.

“I’ve come to a point where I try not to judge myself and just allow my ideas come to life through my music,” Boivin said in a press release. “There is a French band named Vendredi sur Mer and I just fell in love with their music video of "La Femme à la Peau Bleue." I watched it so many times that she entered my dreams, once we were having a drink at Hotel Delmano. The song is about that dream.”

Other debuts this week include "Venus" from Twist, and "Everything Apart" from Foxwarren.

After five weeks on the chart, Toronto singer Echlo soars to the top with "Head High."

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

30. Foxtrott, “Better With You”
29. Twist, “Venus”
28. Kandle, “Child Of Fate”
27. Fast Romantics, “Mexico”
26. Broken Social Scene, “Old Dead Young”
25. Stars, “Are You With Me?”
24. Choses Sauvages, “Nuages”
23. Foxwarren, “Everything Apart”
22. Jon Samuel, “Dead Melodies”
21. Munya, “Hotel Delmano” *highest debut*
20. Allan Rayman, “Rose”
19. Anemone, “Daffodil”
18. Helena Deland, “Rise”
17. Casper Skulls, “O My Enemy”
16. Nicole Dollanganger, “Lemonade”
15. Quiet Parade, “Thunder”
14. Les Trois Accords, “Corinne”
13. Rae Spoon, “Bioluminescent”
12. Jerome 50, “Prendre Une Douche”
11. Old Man Canyon, “Good While It Lasted”
10. Mounties, “De-Evolve Again”
9. Marie Davidson, “So Right”
8. Keegan Powell, “The Door”
7. Christine Fellows, “Unleashed”
6. Ellis, “What A Mess”
5. Said The Whale, “UnAmerican”
4. Goodbye Honolulu, “Lorry Can’t Love”
3. Graham Van Pelt, “Release Yourself”
2. The Zolas, “Bombs Away”
1. Echlo, “Head High”