For this year, we are making one important change to the list and to all subsequent Bent*Spun charts: we are expanding it by 1 position. That’s right, the Bent*Spun 20 shall henceforth now be Bent*Spun 21. It’s got a nice ring to it, doesn’t it?
Last week’s Top 3 positions remain unchanged this week. Walk The Moon tally a ninth week on top with “Shut Up And Dance.” Leon Bridges stays at No. 2 with “Coming Home.” Tears For Fears hold on at No. 3 with “Mad World.” Sam Hunt debuts on the countdown with “House Party” at No. 5, the week’s hot shot debut.
Walk The Moon’s “Shut Up And Dance” spends its eighth nonconsecutive week on top. Leon Bridges flies into the Top 2 with “Coming Home” (up 17-2). Florence + The Machine revisit their peak position-to-date with “What Kind Of Man?” at No. 4. Panic! At The Disco bring their “Casual Affair” into the Top 10.
Walk The Moon’s “Shut Up And Dance” is back in the summit after falling last week to No. 4. Andy Grammer’s “Honey, I’m Good” slides down to No. 3. Fueled by its recently unveiled star-studded video, the Queen of Pop’s self-referential “Bitch I’m Madonna (feat. Nicki Minaj)” re-enters at No. 5 after having peaked at No. 2 so far.
Andy Grammer’s ode to monogamy “Honey I’m Good” jumps back into the top spot (up 3-1) for a second nonconsecutive week. 80s synthpop giants Tears For Fears make a play for No. 1 with “Mad World” creeping up 5-2. Luke Bryan is the week’s top debut, coming in at No. 16 with “Kick The Dust Up.”