The Chart Show: Hippo Campus hold on to No.1 for three straight weeks

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Locals Hippo Campus secure the No.1 spot for the third week in a row (Courtesy of the artist)
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It's the first time since April that there are no new entries on The Chart Show, possibly because it's a slow time of year for new releases. The top of the chart continues to be dominated by Minnesota acts with Hippo Campus and Bad Bad Hats holding on to No.1 and No.2, respectively, for the second week in a row.

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Low and Lizzo stay in the top half of the chart but made room for the Arcs and the Chemical Brothers to move up this week. Ryan Adams holds on to the No.6 position as Atmosphere, Brandi Carlile and Gary Clark Jr. lose ground.

Courtney Barnett graduates another single from her album to the Chart Show Hall of Fame after "Nobody Really Cares If You Don't Go to The Party" hits 10 weeks on the chart.

TWLWWksThe Current Chart Show

ArtistSong
116Hippo CampusSouth
228Bad Bad HatsMidway
3310Courtney BarnettNobody Really Cares If You Don't Go to the Party
475The ArcsOutta My Mind
545LizzoHumanize
666Ryan AdamsBad Blood
7116The Chemical BrothersWide Open feat. Beck
854LowWhat Part of Me
9134The StavesBlack and White
10192CHVRCHESNever Ending Circles
11128DisclosureMagnets feat. Lorde
12153Wolf AliceBros
13183Leon BridgesSmooth Sailin'
1497DeerhunterSnakeskin
15148The Dead WeatherI Feel Love (Every Million Miles)
16104AtmosphereFiner Things feat. deM atlaS
17202Florence and the MachineSt. Jude
18175Nathaniel Rateliff and the Night SweatsHowling at Nothing
19164Brandi CarlileThe Things I Regret
2088Gary Clark Jr.The Healing

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