Canadian rocker Bryce Clifford slips into the summit with the cheeky self-reflective “Tomorrow We Break Up With Ourselves” (up 2-1). Spektre zooms up 7-2 with “Gates Of Dawn.” Jack Antonoff leads a slew of debuts at No. 17 with his Bruce Springsteen collaboration “chinatown.”
Jack Antonoff’s Bleachers earn the first topper of 2021 as “45” moves up 5-1 this week. Bryce Clifford revisits his No. 2 peak with “Tomorrow We Break Up With Ourselves.” H.E.R. is the week’s highest debut at No. 15 with “I Can’t Breathe.”
Nobody saw the dumpster fire that was 2020 coming, but as awful as this whole year was, there did come a silver lining in November, when the Oval Office interloper was given his eviction notice finally. FINALLY!
After debuting at No. 19 last week, Wham!’s “Last Christmas” zooms to No. 1 while another Christmas song, Madonna’s “Santa Baby”, returns to the countdown at No. 9 on the last chart of 2020. Spektre opens at No. 10 with “Gates Of Dawn.”
Cayucas notch a sixth week on top of the countdown with “Yeah Yeah Yeah,” besting the 5 frames on top they tallied with “High School Lover.” Tokyo Police Club’s “Rubber Bands” meanwhile jumps to the runner-up spot (up 7-2). Gwen Stefani elbows her way into the Top 10 with “Let Me Reintroduce Myself.”