The Jungle Giants| SME
"Heavy Hearted" is a song by Australian indie-pop band The Jungle Giants. It was released on 8 July 2019. It was written & produced by lead vocalist Sam Hale. "Heavy Hearted" has been able to regain adds on radio across Australia, with the airplay increasing on many non- metro stations adding the song to there rotation. "Heavy Hearted" moves from #82 to #54, making a Jump of 28 places on The Hot 100, which makes "Heavy Hearted, This Week's Power Hit..
Fresh from sold out shows in the US, UK and Europe, The Jungle Giants have successfully taken their bright and electronic infused music into a global orbit. With the world finally getting to see what Australian audiences have experienced over the last couple of years, their success is a massive win for local music.
The dynamic four piece will be hitting the road this September and October for a huge run of homecoming shows and to coincide with the announcement they have dropped a new song. ‘Heavy Hearted’ is an experimental moment that uplifts their indie pop/rock sound and introduces a groovy house twist.
It feels like a retrospective pop moment that is somewhere in between The Jungle Giants and PNAU. It’s so fresh and experimental and continues the carefree and party vibes their music has always embodied but with just a new direction.
It’s unsure if the band will continue to head down this path for their next studio album or if this is just a standalone experimentation which pushes the boundaries on the bands artistry. But what is known is that this is one catchy song that will not want to leave your head for hours.
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Guy Sebastian I SME
Guy Sebastian with his lastest release "Choir" remains at #1 for a third week, which gives him total five weeks non-consecutive weeks at #1, Nationwide gains across the Hit Network have helped it retain #1. The song is also still holding at #1 in Queensland, South Australia & Western Australia.
Shawn Mendes & Camila Cabello spend a Third at #2 with duet "Senorita", which spent two weeks at #1 and The song is also still holding at #1 in New South Wales & Victoria, Next up is Ed Sheeran featuring Khalid remain at #3 for a second week with "Beautiful People", The singers "make for a formidable pair of young songwriters, arguably some of the pop landscape's best", predicting that "'Beautiful People' will likely enjoy a lofty future on the pop charts". Next Sam Smith moves up four places to #4 with "How Do You Sleep?", which follows Smith’s single “Dancing With A Stranger,” which features Normani and is now platinum in 15 countries with over a billion streams worldwide. His last album, "The Thrill of it All", dropped in 2017, which suggests these one-off singles may be leading up to a new album.
Ed Sheeran & Justin Bieber remain at #5 for second week with "I Don't Care", which was Ed's, sixth #1 in Australia, Now we have Ariana Grande & Social House drops two places to #6 with "boyfriend", is "a completely undeniable bop", adding that it is "an effortlessly hooky R&B-pop hybrid" which "captures that torturous liminal phase in relationships, before boundaries and definitions have been set in stone, but when feelings are still very much on the line", next in line is Katy Perry with "Never Really Over", whch drops one place to #7, next is Tones And I with "Dance Monkey", which moves up one place to #8 and is the second single from "The Kids Are Coming - EP", which is her debut EP. Shawn Mendes drops two places to #9 with "If I Can't Have You", which managed to peak at #2 and finallu re-entering the top ten at #10 is Meduza featuring Goodboys with "Piece Of Your Heart", which moves up four places to equal it's highest peak.
Katy Perry moves up seventeen places to #12 with 'Small Talk", which is her second single from her upcoming sixth studio album.
The Jonas Brothers move up four places to #17 with "Only Human", which took a while to gain airplay on radio.
Jordie Ireland feauring Riley Biederer moves up twenty seven places to #30 with "Throw Away My Number", which is only Jordie's, second single to chart in Australia, since "Take Cover" in 2017.
Andy Grammer moves up twenty four places to #40 with "Don't Give Up On Me", which is the lead single from his fourth studio album "Naive" and also appears on the soundtrack of the film Five Feet Apart.
This Weeks Power Hit comes from The Jungle Giants, who move up twenty eight places to #54 with "Heavy Hearted", which is the Aussie bands first upward movement on the chart in the bands four charting weeks.
Loud Luxury & Bryce Vine move up eleven places to #55 with "I'm Not Alright", which is only their second single to make it onto the Hot 100, since "Body" which currently sits at #28.
Rudimental featuring Jess Glynne, Macklemore & Dan Caplen continues move up the Hot 100 since re-entering the chart, moves up four places to #56 with "These Days", which reach #1 and has totalled up 75 Charting Weeks.
Amy Shark moves up fourteen places to #60 with "Mess Her Up", which reached #7.
Dupa Lipa moves up ten places to #63 with "IDGAF', which still stands as Dua Lipa's highest charting song on radio in Australia, after peaking at #2.
Kygo featuring Miguel moves up twenty places to #64 with "Remind Me To Forget", which peaked at #5 and had 69 charting weeks.
Selena Gomez & Marshmello move up eleven places to #69 with their former #1 "Wolves", which is Selena Gomez's only #1 in Australia.
The Rubens & Vic Mensa move up seven places to #80 with "Falling Asleep At The Wheel".
Jonas Blue featuring William Singe move up seven places to #86 with "Mama".
The only song to leave the Top 10 this week is "Cross Me" by Ed Sheeran featuring Chance The Rapper & PnB Rock (HP-4, WI10-6), down from #10 last week to #14 this week.
Post Malone featuring Young Thug is down three places to #16 with "Goodbyes", which was able peak at #8.
Drax Project featuring Hailee Steinfeld is down three places to #19 with "Woke Up Late" which peaked at #10 on radio in Australia.
Kygo & Whitney Houston is down three places to #20 with "Higher Love", which peak at #7.
The Jonas Brothers drops four places to #23 with their former #1 "Sucker", which was also their first #1 in Australia.
Avicii featuring Aloe Blacc drops three places to #25 with "SOS".
5 Seconds Of Summer drops eight places to #31 with "Easier".
Birds Of Tokyo drops four places to #32 with "Good Lord", which peaked at #5.
Lil Nas X featuring Billy Ray Cyrus drops four places to #36 with "Old Town Road" (Remix), which only reached #8 on Australian Radio, while reaching #1 everwhere else.
Illy drops seven places to #37 with "Then What", which peaked at #19.
Pink drops three places to #43 with her former #1 "Walk Me Home".
Christian Rap Artist NF drops three places to #44 with "Time".
Imagine Dragons drops four places with "Bad Liar", which peaked at #4.
Lauv & Troye Sivan drop fifteen places to #49 with "i'm so tired", which was able to peaked at #13.
Ava Max drops four places to #50 with "Sweet But Psycho", which was to reach #2 on the Hot 100.
Montaigne drops thirteen places to #51 with "READY", which was her first single to break into the Top Forty at #35.
Lukas Graham drops thirteen places to #57 with "Love Someone".
Billie Eilish drops ten places to #58 with "bad guy", which has managed to dethrone Lil Nas X on the billboard charts after 19 weeks at #1.
The Chainsmokers & Coldplay drop four places to #59 with their former #1 "Something Just Like This".
Dean Lewis drops fourteen places to #61 with his former #1 "7 Minutes",
Khalid drops three places to #62 with "Talk", which peaked at #8.
Bebe Rexha featuring Florida Georgia Line drops fifteen places to #65 with their former #1 "Meant To Be", which hit #1 back in 2017.
Taylor Swift featuring Brendon Urie drop nineteen places to #66 with their former #1 "ME!".
Calvin Harris & Sam Smith drop five places to #67 with their former #1 "Promises".
Noah Kahan & Julia Michaels drop five places to #68 with their former #1 "Hurt Somebody", which was the first #1 for both Artists n Australia.
KIAN drops seventeen places to #70 with "Waiting", which has become his only successful song on the Hot 100, so far as it reached #10.
Ariana Grande drops fifteen places to #76 with last week's Power Hit "No Tears Left To Cry". which peaked at #2 & has 76 charting weeks.
PNAU featuring Kira Divine & Marques Toliver drops twenty one places to #77 with "Solid Gold", which peaked at #35.
Calvin Harris & Dua Lipa drop eleven places to #78 with "One Kiss", which peaked at #3.
Busby Marou drops fifteen places to #84 with "Over Drinking Over You".
Dean Lewis drops ten places to #85 with "Stay Wake".
Y2K & Bbno$ drop seven places to #88 with "Lalala".
Zedd, Maren Morris & Grey drop three places to #89 with "The Middle", which peaked at #3 in early 2018 & gave Maren Morris her first radio hit in Australia on the Hot 100.
Justin Timberlake drops six places to #91 his former #1 "Can't Stop The Feeling!", which went to #1 on Australian Radio in 2016 and featured on the soundtrack for the feature film "Trolls".
Maroon 5 featuring SZA drop sixteen places with "What Lovers Do", which peaked at #10 and has had 88 charting weeks on the Hot 100.
Sofi Tukker drops eight places to #97 with "Swing".
Chance The Rapper featuring Death Cab For Cutie drops six places to #100 with "Do You Remember".
#27 - "Lover" is a song by American singer-songwriter Taylor Swift for her seventh studio album of the same name (2019). Swift wrote and co-produced the song with Jack Antonoff. Republic Records in partnership with Taylor Swift Productions released it as the third single from the album on August 16, 2019. Musically, "Lover" is a country ballad that features a booming snare, slow tempo and guitar-centric sound. Over a retro-styled musical motif, Swift sings lyrics about devotion on the song; which several publications interpreted to be about her partner Joe Alwyn.
#34 - "The Greatest Mistakes" is a song by Australian alternative rock band Birds of Tokyo. It was released on 16 August 2019. Band member Ian Kenny said "The Greatest Mistakes" is cut from the same cloth as "Good Lord" saying "It's actually inspired by the same personal experience... but it's got the perspective of thankfully being a bit further down the road."
#45 - "Slide Away" is a song by American singer Miley Cyrus. It was released as a single on August 16, 2019, by RCA Records. It was written by Cyrus, Alma, and its producers Andrew Wyatt and Mike Will Made It. The song's lyrics discuss the deterioration of a relationship, and are often compared to Cyrus' separation from husband Liam Hemsworth.
#53 - Motivation" is a song by American singer Normani, released on August 16, 2019. The song was written by Ariana Grande, Ilya Salmanzadeh, Max Martin, Normani, Savan Kotecha, and produced by Salmanzadeh.
#74 - "Charlie" is a song by Australian musician Mallrat, The Track was written By Big Taste & Mallrat and produced by Big Taste. The Track was released as a single on August 7, 2019 on Dew Processs & Universal Music Australia from her forthcoming "Driving Music - EP'.
#75 - "The Power" is a song by British DJ and record producer Duke Dumont, and It features the vocals of Moroccan-English singer, songwriter and musician Zak Abel. The track was written by Lawrie Martin, Zak Abel, Dave Whelan, Mike Di Scala & Duke Dumont and was produced CamelPhat. The track was released as a single on August 9, 2019 on Virgin Records.
#79 - "The Real Thing" is a song by Australian group Client Liaison, released as a single on August 2, 2019 on Warner Music Australia. It was written by Harvey Miller, Monte Morgan & Dann Hume and produced by Dann Hume.
#87 - "Cleopatra" is a song by Australian singer-sonwriter Thandi Phoenix, it was written by Kristy Lee Peters, Thandi Phoenix & Paul Rogers & was produced by Stu LeBrande and KLP, and Released as a single on June 7, 2019 on Universal Music Australia.
Taylor Swift| REP/UMA
"Lover" is a song by American singer-songwriter Taylor Swift for her seventh studio album of the same name (2019). Swift wrote and co-produced the song with Jack Antonoff. Republic Records in partnership with Taylor Swift Productions released it as the third single from the album on August 16, 2019. Musically, "Lover" is a country ballad that features a booming snare, slow tempo and guitar-centric sound. Over a retro-styled musical motif, Swift sings lyrics about devotion on the song; which several publications interpreted to be about her partner Joe Alwyn.
"Lover" received acclaim from critics, who praised its nostalgic quality and Swift's songwriting. Swift and Drew Kirsch directed the song's music video featuring dancer Christian Owens as her love interest. Premiering on August 22, 2019, the video featured bright colors and a dollhouse setup, showing the couple fighting and making up. Small Talk" is This Week's Hot Debut entering the Hot 100 at #27.
Taylor Swift wants you to know that she can do anything. Testing the waters with a drum ’n’ bass wobble in 2012’s I Knew You Were Trouble, the singer from Pennsylvania traded in her country beginnings and sneaky clean image for 1980s-inspired synth-pop on 2014’s 1989.
Then there have been the Kendrick Lamar guest verses, public feuds with Katy Perry, Kim Kardashian and Kanye West, sexually frustrated contributions to the Fifty Shades Darker soundtrack, unnecessary rap-offs with Ed Sheeran, and a bizarre fascination with playground rhymes that she sneaks in wherever possible.
In the new dawn of Lover, the soon-to-be 30-year-old continues to keep us guessing with what she’s going to next by … going country again.
Lover is the third single (but fourth release) from her forthcoming album of the same name, and unlike Me!, the album’s first single which – with all respect – sounds like it belongs on a Smurfs soundtrack, Tay Tay has gone serious.
Seriously in love. With sliding guitars and a touch of the Mazzy Stars, Lover dials down the meme-able content that drives songs like Look What You Made Me Do and You Need To Calm Down and, instead, lets down her guard and gets personal.
“This is our place, we make the rules,” she sings with a smile, presumably addressing her beau, the English actor Joe Alwyn, who she has known for “three summers”.
Guy Sebastian | SME
Tones And I | IND/SME
Jessica Mauboy | SME
||Throw Away My Number
Jordie Ireland ft. Riley Biederer | CAS/UMA
5 Seconds Of Summer | EMI
Birds Of Tokyo | EMI
||The Greatest Mistakes
Birds Of Tokyo | EMI
||Who Do You Love
The Chainsmokers ft. 5 Seconds Of Summer | EMI/SME
Illy | SME
||Never Seen The Rain
Tones And I | IND/SME
Taylor Swift | REP/UMA
||The Greatest Mistakes
Birds Of Tokyo | EMI
Normani | RCA/SME
Miley Cyrus | RCA/SME
Jax Jones & Bebe Rexha | IND
Ava Max | ATL/WMA
Charli XCX ft. Christine And The Queens | WMA
CXLOE & Gnash | IND
||Good For You
Spacey Jane | IND
Chillinit | IND
|I Don't Think I Can Do This Again
Mura Masa & Clairo
|Feels Like Home
Bea Miller & Jessie Reyez
5 Seconds Of Summer
|Lose You Again
Walk The Moon ft. Braves
Thinking About You
Press Club | IND
||I BEEN BORN AGAIN
BROCKHAMPTON | RCA/SME
||Make A Move
Winston Surfshirt | SWEAT
King Princess | COL/SME
||Face To Face
Ruel | RCA/SME
||Get To It
Tia Gostelow | IND
Billie Eilish & Justin Bieber | IGA/UMA
||Have It All
Cosmo's Midnight ft. Age.Sex.Location | RCA/SME
||All My Friends
Madeon | COL/SME
Foals | WR/WMA
Hermitude ft. Soaky Sirens & Vory | ETRAKS/INERTIA