The Chart Show: The National claim the top spot

The National:  Bryan Devendorf, Bryce Dessner, Matt Berninger, Scott Devendorf, Aaron Dessner
The National: Bryan Devendorf, Bryce Dessner, Matt Berninger, Scott Devendorf, Aaron Dessner (Deirdre O'Callaghan/Courtesy of the artist)
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Daft Punk gets UN-lucky...again! As Alt-J vacated the top spot last week, #1 was there for the taking, but The National stole it, spurred by fans eyeing tickets to their big show at Roy Wilkins Auditorium August 6. So Daft Punk are inducted to the Chart Show Hall of Fame for the very first time. Dessa is inducted for the fourth time - you can catch her tour on the West Coast right now.

Savages will be making their local debut this Sunday at a sold out Triple Rock show and they've promised to do a session for us on Monday - we'll broadcast their performance at 7 p.m. that evening.

Three new entries this week: Tame Impala's third song off Lonerism makes it on the chart; Bon Iver's Justin Vernon back with Volcano Choir who'll wrap up their short tour way ahead of the release of their new album Repave at First Avenue on October 18. Neko Case also debuts, but we've lost Janelle Monae after five weeks and Eels after seven.

TW LW Wks The Current Chart Show
Artist Song
1 4 10 The National Don't Swallow The Cap
2 3 3 Vampire Weekend Ya Hey
3 2 12 Daft Punk Get Lucky
4 5 4 Dawes Most People
5 6 6 CHVRCHES Recover
6 7 6 Lissie Shameless
7 8 7 Savages Husbands
8 10 11 Jake Bugg Two Fingers
9 15 2 Yeah Yeah Yeahs Mosquito
10 12 3 The Neighbourhood Sweater Weather
11 17 9 Sigur Ros Isjaki
12 12 2 Conor Oberst You Are Your Mother's Child
13 X 1 Tame Impala Apocalypse Dreams
14 16 12 Dessa Warsaw
15 X 1 Neko Case Man
16 13 7 Queens Of The Stone Age My God Is The Sun
17 18 3 Phoenix Trying To Be Cool
18 19 3 Edward Sharpe and the Magnetic Zeros Better Days
19 20 5 Iron and Wine Grace For Saints and Ramblers
20 X 1 Volcano Choir Byegone

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