Troy Cassar-Daley hits number one with the first single Back On Country off his fantastic new album, The World Today on the Countrytown Music Network Hot 50 chart. Love Songs Ain’t For Us by Amy Shark feat Keith Urban moves up four places into second, followed by Thomas Rhett with What’s Your Country Song (#3),Casey Barnes’ Come Turn Me On at #4 and no body no crime from Taylor Swift feat. HAIM (#5).
Behind them is Blake Shelton‘s Minimum Wage at #6. Our Song of the Day, Head Full Of Honey by Andrew Swift cracks the top 10, coming in at #7. Rachael Fahim moves into 8th after jumping back into top spot last week after a considerable break. Seaforth’s Breakups (#9) and Anybody Ever by The Wolfe Brothers rounds out the top 10.
Big movers this week includes Fraudulent by Jasmine Rae at #15, Bright Lights by Casey Barnes (#16), Forever After All from Luke Combs at #18, Luke O’Shea & Ashleigh Dallas’ Long Way ‘Round at #19, Lose You by Jordan Davis (#29) and Better Settle Up by Jayne Denham moves into #31. The artist who took the biggest leap, however, was Liz Stringer with First Time Really Feeling, which moves a whopping 20 spaces into #20.
There are only a couple of new entries this week – Vixens Of Fall‘s latest single, Break It Easy (which we also premiered) makes it debuts at #22. Shane Nicholson’s Harvest On Vinyl comes in at #24 (you can read all about the inspiration for the song in this week’s Rider Essentials feature here) and Glad You Exist by Dan + Shay at #26.
New entries includes Fav’rit Song by Catherine Britt back in at #31, Andrew Farriss’ Love Makes The World (#39), Babitha with Be Alright at #40 and Chris Lane’s Big Big Plans at #42. You Ain’t One Of Us by Raechel Whitchurch (#47) re-enters as does Hayley Jensen’s Just Gonna Party (#48) – which we were lucky enough to premiere the animated music video for today here.