The Chart Show: Courtney Barnett maintains No.1 spot for second consecutive week


Courtney Barnett
Courtney Barnett performing live at Rock the Garden 2015 (Teddy Wolff for MPR)
The Chart Show for July 22, 2015
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No new entries on the chart this week, but there are some big reentries from Beck and Florence and the Machine. On the heels of performing at Pitchfork Music Festival, Courtney Barnett holds on to the top followed by Father John Misty while Brandi Carlile and Alabama Shakes both reach seven consecutive weeks on the Chart. St. Vincent and Heartless Bastards climb up passing Bully and Benjamin Booker as Chart Show favorites. The strongest recent entry to the Chart are the Staves, the English sisters who wowed fans at Eaux Claires last weekend. Their single "Teeth White" is destine to break the top 10 next week.

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TWLWWksThe Current Chart Show

119Courtney BarnettDepreston
224Father John MistyThe Ideal Husband
347Brandi Carlile
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537Alabama ShakesGimme All Your Love
676Elle KingEx's and Oh's
7176St. VincentTeenage Talk
894Heartless BastardsGates of Dawn
9128JD McPhersonHead Over Heals
1086Modest MouseThe Ground Walks, with Time in a Box
11153The StavesTeeth White
12185DesaparecidosCity on the Hill
13115Death Cab For CutieThe Ghosts of Beverly Drive
14104Best CoastFeeling OK
15202Wolf AliceGiant Peach
16138Benjamin BookerWicked Waters
17R4Florence and the MachineShip to Wreck
18162Tame Impala'Cause I'm a Man
19145Bully Trying

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