The Chart Show: High Score for Sufjan's Video Game

Sufjan Stevens press photo
Sufjan Stevens (courtesy Asthmatic Kitty Records)

After weeks of new graduates to the Hall of Fame, the chart slows down and pushes a new #1 to the top with Christine and the Queens' "I Disappear In Your Arms." The top five this week also includes chart mainstays Bully, Run The Jewels, The Chicks and the collaboration between Michael Stipe and Big Red Machine. Fiona Apple and The Avett Brothers break into the top ten and Waxahatchee jumps six spots to #12 with "Can't Do Much." Newcomers include the newest single from French indie pop group Phoenix and Sufjan Steven's "Video Game." Also breaking into The Current's chart at #20 is Chicago trio DEHD who have made waves with their new album "Flower of Devotion."

Without any tracks edging towards ten weeks on the chart, expect a shake up next week and don't forget to vote for your favorite new songs on The Current.

TWLWWksThe Current Chart Show
137Christine and the QueensI Disappear In Your Arms
277BullyWhere To Start
317Run The JewelsJU$T feat. Pharrell Williams and Zach de la Rocha
456The ChicksMarch March
546Michael Stipe and Big Red MachineNo Time For Love Like Now
663Tame ImpalaIs It True
795My Morning JacketFeel You
887Leon BridgesSweeter feat. Terrace Martin
9145Fiona AppleI Want You To Love Me
10115The Avett BrothersVictory
11134The BethsOut of Sight
12183WaxahatcheeCan't Do Much
13178Elvis CostelloNo Flag
14163Elle KingThe Let Go
15X1Sufjan StevensVideo Game
16206KhruangbinTime (You and I)
17193Father John MistyTo S.
18123Childish Gambino19.10

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  • The Chart Show Hall of Fame When a song stays on The Chart Show's chart for more than 10 weeks, we retire it from the poll and it enters the very prestigious Chart Show Hall of Fame.

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