September 2019 is a big month for the Bent*Spun, Bent*Spud’s chart of the songs that rocked the hebdomad. 10 years ago, after a couple of “duct tape” versions that launched and fizzled, we formalized the chart into the regularly updated labor of love weekly event that it is now.
Foster The People scaled some pretty successful heights with 2011’s spectacular Torches. Three years on, the group are back with a new single, “Coming Of Age,” which introduces their upcoming second studio LP, Supermodel, due to hit record store shelves March 18th.
Martin Rossiter rises to the top this week with his debut solo single, “Drop Anchor” (up 6-1), in a Top 5 dominated by Madonna, who re-enters at No. 2 with “La Isla Bonita” and debuts “Hanky Panky” at No. 4.
Six tracks re-enter the countdown this week, four of which land within the Top 5, led by Madonna’s “True Blue,” which grabs a third week at No. 1.
After debuting at No. 14 last week, Justin Bieber jumps to the summit this week with “As Long As You Love Me (feat. Big Sean).” Elsewhere, New Kids On The Block place the week’s highest debut at No. 16 with “Hangin’ Tough.”