Love Songs Ain’t For Us by Amy Shark feat. Keith Urban continues to dominate the Countrytown Music Network Hot 50 country airplay chart charting again at #1. Casey Barnes remains in second ahead of Brad Cox, whose new EP What’s Your Favourite Country Song? is out today, and Canadian songstress MacKenzie Porter at #4.
Breakups by Seaforth moves back into the top 10 at #7, with Taylor Swift feat. HAIM (#8), Vixens Of Fall‘s Break It Easy (which we premiered here) and Luke Combs’ new single, Forever After All close behind.
I’m Coming Home by Adam Brand moves up a whopping 30 spots in #16 – an epic rise from last week! We premiered the music video here if you’d like to check it out. Behind him is This Is Us by Southbound which jumps an equally impressive 24 spaces, coming in at #17, after its debut last week. Where Do We Go by Darlinghurst also has a massive resurgence coming in at #25, a huge increase from #50 last week.
Other big movers include Michael Waugh‘s Dirty River up 11 spaces into #20 and Love You Like I Used To by Russell Dickerson at #24. Spare Parts (which we premiered here) by Felicity Urquhart and Josh Cummingham also jumps ahead into #33.
It was a slow week for new music though, with only one new entry being Martha Divine by Ashley McBryde (#49). There were a couple of new re-entries, however, including Famous Friends by Chris Young and Kane Brown (#35), Urban and Pink’s One Too Many (#36), Little Quirks (#45) and one of our favourites, Find Your Music by Brittany Elise (#47).