The Chart Show: Jade Bird Gets A "Headstart"

Jade Bird MicroShow at James J. Hill House
Jade Bird performs a MicroShow at the James J. Hill House in St. Paul. (Nate Ryan | MPR)

Janelle Monae and Bruce Springsteen end their ten week run on the chart reaching Hall of Fame status with "Turntables" and "Letter To You." Kathleen Edwards moves up to #3 and Adrianne Lenker holds onto #4 with "anything." Glass Animals bounce back up the chart edging closer to HOF status, while IDLES and The War and Treaty move into the top ten. New entries this week come from The Strokes with a song from their unexpected 2020 album, The New Abnormal, as well as new singles from Foo Fighters, Jade Bird, and Billie Eilish. Minnesota's Monica LaPlante and Mixtape for the Milky Way hold steady this week while Perfume Genius drops to #20.

Submit your Chart Show ballot this week for a chance to win a digital download of Joni Mitchell Archives Vol. 1: The Early Years (1963-1967), courtesy of Rhino Records.

TWLWWksThe Current Chart Show
ArtistSong
1110Janelle MonaeTurntables
2310Bruce SpringsteenLetter To You
359Kathleen EdwardsHard On Everyone
445Adrianne Lenkeranything
597beabadoobeeCare
667Heartless BastardsRevolution
7119Glass AnimalsHeatwaves
8104Monica LaPlanteCompression
9129The War and TreatyFive More Minutes
10148IDLESModel Village
11136New OrderBe A Rebel
12X1The StrokesThe Adults Are Talking
13209Angel OlsenWhole New Mess
14158Father John MistyTo S.
15163Mixtape for the Milky WayNo Sidewalks
16182Blu DeTigerFigure It Out
17X1Foo FightersShame Shame
18X1Jade BirdHeadstart
19X1Billie EilishTherefore I Am
20174Perfume GeniusJason

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