RADIO REPORT: POP! Goes The Picks (July 2015) (Part Two)

It’s time once again to analyze the airwaves and find out if your favorite new singles will be lighting up the national charts during the month. Which tracks will climb to the top and which ones will hit a stop? Here’s a small selection of new songs being serviced in July on the Alternative and Triple A formats in the second part of this month’s Radio Report:

ALTERNATIVE (*) and TRIPLE A (**)

Brandon Flowers
BRANDON FLOWERS – “Lonely Town” (July 14) (*)
Label: Island/Republic
It was very disappointing to see “Can’t Deny My Love” being, well, denied entrance into the Alternative top 40 after a tough battle earlier this year. With the second single from his The Desired Effect album, 34-year-old Flowers appeals for the format’s support with another tasty new wave inspired cut with a lovely kick of brass for good measure. It might be his only chance to save this era.

Death Cab For Cutie
DEATH CAB FOR CUTIE – “The Ghosts Of Beverly Drive” (July 14) (*)
Label: Atlantic
With “Black Sun” having recently gone recurrent at the format after climbing as high as #2, the Washington trio follows it up with a spooky single about a prior relationship from Gibbard’s past. Beverly Drive, of course, refers to the street that runs through the California cities of Beverly Hills and Los Angeles. It is a needed change of pace and should pump that pedal as the fall approaches.

Family Of The Year
FAMILY OF THE YEAR – “Make You Mine” (July 14) (* + **)
Label: Warner Bros./Nettwerk
It’s been quite a ride for this quartet and their single “Hero” over the past three years. Originally an Alternative and Triple A hit in the spring of 2013, months after the summer 2012 release of their album Loma Vista, the track returned last summer when it was used to promote the film Boyhood. Hopefully, their latest single also sticks around, a classic California record that is burning hot.

Jarryd James
JARRYD JAMES – “Do You Remember?” (July 14) (**)
Label: Interscope
Six months ago, James was totally unknown to fair amount of people and quietly released a single that was produced by the noted Joel Little, best known for his work with singer Lorde. Then, he pulled off an awesome feat: a #2 chart peak in his native Australia without any major label backing. Of course, one has picked it up for a U.S. release. It’s a record to watch for the fall, so stay tuned.

Lianne La Havas
LIANNE LA HAVAS – “What You Don’t Do” (July 14) (**)
Label: Warner Bros.
The English singer/songwriter from London got the critics buzzing with her debut album from 2012, Is Your Love Big Enough? It was a top five success in the U.K. despite a trio of singles that stalled underneath the top 100 in that country, while both the songs and the album went largely unnoticed here. Her album Blood will be seeping into our musical veins later this month. It’s a winner.

Muse
MUSE – “Mercy” (July 21) (**)
Label: Warner Bros.
From the concept album Drones, which recently became the trio’s first #1 album on the Billboard 200, this single is already doing well on streaming platforms and will no doubt bolt its way up the Alternative survey in mere weeks. However, the adds date listed is only for Triple A radio, where “Dead Inside” was just a mid-charting hit at best. Nevertheless, it’s a great choice from the effort.

Walk Off The Earth
WALK OFF THE EARTH – “Hold On (The Break)” (July 21) (**)
Label: Columbia
Rather than ruling the world with their last single, this Canadian band was ruling the headlines when singer Sarah Blackwood and her son were kicked off a United Airlines flight because of his fussy behavior. Luckily, since the story has faded, the quintet is able to return to what they do best and perform. “Hold” is a mellower choice, but one that lends itself well to a potential crossover hit.

Ryan Corn
RYAN CORN – “White Flag” (July 28) (**)
Label: Curb
Missouri singer/songwriter Corn got his first taste of radio play last year when an original song called “Wonderful Things” briefly touched the top 40 at the Triple A format before Christmas. Now, he’s heading back to radio with a remake that’s become a staple in his recent sets, “White Flag”, originally a hit for Dido in 2003. Corn puts a nice pop/rock spin on the track. I’ll be rooting for it.

Which of these new songs would you like to see on top of the charts? Let me know! Comment below or click the “Get Social!” tab to find PGTC on social media.

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RADIO REPORT: POP! Goes The Picks (July 2015) (Part One)

It’s time once again to analyze the airwaves and find out if your favorite new singles will be lighting up the national charts during the month. Which tracks will climb to the top and which ones will hit a stop? Here’s a small selection of new songs being serviced in July on the CHR and Hot AC formats in the first part of this month’s Radio Report:

CHR (*) and HOT AC (**)

Demi Lovato
DEMI LOVATO – “Cool For The Summer” (July 7) (*)
Label: Safehouse/Island/Republic/Hollywood
We have a number of singers on the chart at the moment that are (or were) associated with the Walt Disney family, as Lovato has a partnership with both her longtime label and a new home that was set by her manager, Phil McIntyre. “Cool” is a slick single for the season that was co-written and produced by Max Martin. Fun and fresh, it’s bound to be a big hit in her catalog. Soak it all up.

Afrojack
AFROJACK featuring MIKE TAYLOR – “SummerThing!” (July 14) (*)
Label: Def Jam
Dutch DJ/producer Nick van de Wall stands a very tall 6′ 10″, and his last main-credited single to reach this particular chart, “Ten Feet Tall”, propelled him to new heights when it peaked at #19 last year. Now, he’s throwing his hat into the ring with a “summer” title that could face some competition from Lovato’s new song. However, he and newcomer Taylor are ready for some radio rays.

Alessia Cara
ALESSIA CARA – “Here” (July 14) (*)
Label: Def Jam/EP Entertainment
Newcomer Cara, born and raised in the Toronto area, is poised to see some huge numbers later this year as her single develops at radio across several formats. (It is also building at Rhythmic and Urban radio at the moment.) Spotify has been one of the driving forces behind its success, having accumulated millions of streams before ever being serviced. She and her song are “Here” to stay.

Avicii
AVICII (uncredited vocal by SIMON ALDRED) – “Waiting For Love” (July 14) (*)
Label: PRMD/Island/Republic
Late last year, the Swedish DJ/producer released an EP called The Days / Nights, which featured two cuts that were either pulled (“The Days”) or tanked (“The Nights”) when released to radio despite positive streaming numbers. The latest attempt to launch a new album titled Stories is this single, already a #1 in Austria, Norway and his native Sweden. Let’s hope U.S. radio remembers it.

Little Mix
LITTLE MIX – “Black Magic” (July 14) (*)
Label: Syco/Columbia
The former The X Factor winners from the U.K. have been very successful across the pond and on the Billboard 200, where their two studio albums thus far have both debuted in the top ten, but the quartet has yet to receive a big pop radio hit here. “Wings” is still their highest charting cut, peaking at #24 on the format in 2013. Still, this pop potion may cast a spell on more programmers.

Travie McCcoy
TRAVIE MCCOY featuring SIA – “Golden” (July 14) (*)
Label: Fueled By Ramen/Atlantic
After McCoy’s “Rough Water” swam up to #20 in late 2013, things have been, well, rough for the performer at pop radio. After a second single failed to chart, two of his features stalled in the 40’s earlier this year. Luckily, things are shining brighter for the 33-year-old now that he’s teamed up with the red hot Australian singer/songwriter. It could be a fall favorite for fans and radio alike.

Icona Pop
ICONA POP – “Emergency” (July 21) (*)
Label: Big Beat/Atlantic
It felt like you couldn’t escape this duo’s “I Love It” in the spring and summer of 2013 as it slowly climbed up to a peak of #2 at the format. Though the two have managed a pair of charting singles since then, nothing’s come close to the love for “Love”. The latest single from them could ring the musical alarm, a solid dance sound sprinkled with an uncredited vocal from the great Erik Hassle.

Tove Lo
TOVE LO – “Timebomb” (July 28) (*)
Label: Island/Republic
The Queen of the Clouds has ruled over CHR radio since last year with the #1 “Habits (Stay High)” and a recent top five follow-up in “Talking Body”. Now, I suppose we’ll be talking about this third single, which has fans divided based on the reaction thus far. It may not be the most popular pick, but the tune will likely gain for some time given her momentum. Will it stay ticking or explode?

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TURN IT UP MONDAY: What’s New In Stores This Week (June 29)

It's the final countdown...

It’s the final countdown…

It’s the final week of Monday and Tuesday releases before our worldwide change to the Global Release Day, and several acts are looking at notable debuts on the Billboard 200. (NOTE: some of the items listed below may not be available until Monday night based on label response time and/or Apple Music’s launch this week.) Here are the albums and singles that are new in stores for the week of June 29/30:

  • 29-year-old singer Miguel had a huge era with 2012’s Gold-certified Kaleidoscope Dream, including the enduring Urban hit turned minor Pop crossover single “Adorn”. A number of featured appearances (and an award show mishap) followed that. Radio hasn’t been as reactive to “Coffee”, but retail should be pouring a little more love on Wildheart, new in stores today. It’s looking at potentially being next week’s top debut. (iTunes)
  • With his first studio album since the fall of 2012, the Philadelphia rapper named Meek Mill returns with Dreams Worth More Than Money, featuring the current Urban radio single “All Eyes On You”, which also includes rapper Nicki Minaj and singer Chris Brown. After several delays, the set is highly-anticipated, so look for it to make a splash in the top five next week. (iTunes)
  • Officially spending their third week in a row atop the Alternative radio chart with “Renegades”, the New York band called X Ambassadors pop in a VHS for your buying pleasure… on a compact disc or in a digital download, of course. The new set also features “Jungle”, which charted lowly on the Hot 100 last year. (iTunes)
  • Country star Easton Corbin is enjoying success on both the dance circuit, with his sped-up vocal on “Are You With Me” by Lost Frequencies, and in his regular musical space, where “Baby Be My Love Song” is an airplay hit. Containing that latter song is About To Get Real, out this week. (iTunes)
  • Singer Joy Williams, now solo again after two albums with The Civil Wars, is back with her latest outing, Venus. The album features the single “Woman (Oh Mama)” and it’s doing fairly well with the critics thus far. (iTunes)
  • Other releases out this week include: August Burns Red‘s Found In Far Away Places (iTunes), Bassnectar‘s Into The Sun (iTunes), Good Old War‘s Broken Into Better Shape (iTunes), Neil Young + Promise Of The Real‘s The Monsanto Years (iTunes), Slightly Stoopid‘s Meanwhile… Back At The Lab (iTunes), Vince Staples‘s Summertime ’06 (iTunes) and the Various Artists compilation from the upcoming film Magic Mike XXL (iTunes).

New digital-only singles that you can buy this week include:

  • “Cool For The Summer”, new from Demi Lovato. (iTunes – Wednesday)
  • “Freedom”, a new single by Pharrell Williams. (iTunes)
  • “Locked Away”, new from R. City and Adam Levine. (iTunes)
  • “Nothing But Trouble”, a collaboration from Lil Wayne and Charlie Puth. (iTunes)

We’ll see you on July 10 for the first Friday edition of our weekly new releases post, featuring acts like R5, Years & Years and more! Until then, have a great Fourth Of July weekend.

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Highlights from Adam’s Top 40: June 28, 2015

It's the Ghost wonderful time of the year.

Another toast to the Ghost.

DEBUTS
39. X Ambassadors – Renegades
38. Lions Head – Begging | HIGHEST DEBUT

TOP GAINERS
33. John Newman – Come And Get It (38)
32. Duran Duran featuring Janelle Monáe and Nile Rodgers – Pressure Off (40) | BIGGEST MOVER
25. Tori Kelly – Should’ve Been Us (31)
11. ROMANS – Uh Huh (17)

THIS WEEK’S TOP TEN
10. American Authors – Go Big Or Go Home (13) | PEAK: #10
09. Carly Rae Jepsen – I Really Like You (07) | PEAK: #01 for one week
08. Saint Motel – My Type (06) | PEAK: #01 for four weeks
07. Maroon 5 – This Summer’s Gonna Hurt… (08) | PEAK: #07
06. Walk The Moon – Different Colors (10) | PEAK: #06
05. Parachute – Crave (04) | PEAK: #04
04. Sam Hunt – Take Your Time (05) | PEAK: #04
03. Gavin James – The Book Of Love (03) | PEAK: #03
02. Causes – Teach Me How To Dance With You (02) | PEAK: #02
01. Jukebox The Ghost – Postcard (01) | PEAK: #01 for five weeks

Top 10 Next In Line:
1. Causes – Walk On Water (7)
2. Hoodie Allen – Dumb For You (2)
3. Meg Mac – Roll Up Your Sleeves (4)
4. Family Of The Year – Make You Mine (6)
5. New Politics – West End Kids (5)
6. Allen Stone – Freedom (3)
7. Daya – Hide Away (8)
8. Jarryd James – Do You Remember (10)
9. Jake Owen – Real Life (-)
10. Life Of Dillon – Dreams (-)

In The Mix:
Atlas Genius – Molecules
Beck – Dreams
Brandon Flowers – Lonely Town (new)
Carly Rae Jepsen – Run Away With Me (new)
Coasts – Oceans
Day Wave – Drag
Django Django – Shake And Tremble
Fairground Saints – Can’t Control The Weather
Freddy’s Dilemma – Only On A Saturday Night (new)
Jamie Lawson – Wasn’t Expecting That
Janet Jackson – No Sleeep (new)
Jasmine Thompson – Adore
Karmin – Didn’t Know You
Langhorne Slim & The Law – Strangers
Little Mix – Black Magic (new)
Michael Franti & Spearhead featuring Sonna Rele – Once A Day
Modest Mouse – The Ground Walks, With Time In A Box
Mother Mother – Monkey Tree
Nate Ruess – Great Big Storm (new)
Scott Helman – That Sweater
Skinny Days – Alright Right Now
The Heydaze – Dumb (new)
The Karma Killers – Coming Of Age
The Script – Paint The Town Green
Third Eye Blind – Everything Is Easy
Toad The Wet Sprocket – Architect Of Ruin
Years & Years – Shine

Chart Notes:

  • Locked in at #1 for a fifth week is the trio Jukebox The Ghost and “Postcard”, which now gives them the longest-running #1 song during the 2015 chart year (at least thus far.) The last song to spend that much time at the top was by singer Jamie Scott and “Unbreakable”, which lasted six weeks in late 2014. How long will this Ghost haunt my house of hits? Their treat may pull off more tricks, so stay tuned!
  • Duran Duran, Janelle Monáe and Nile Rodgers land this week’s Biggest Mover, “Pressure Off”, up 40-32. It leads off Paper Gods, which is out in the U.S. on September 18, though it’ll be released in Europe a week earlier. Though the group’s biggest hits ranked in the 1980’s, they’ve collected two #1’s on my chart with 2005’s “What Happens Tomorrow” and 2011’s “All You Need Is Now”.
  • Both of the week’s debuts are by new duos or groups to my top 40, and the highest, at #38, is by the American-German duo called Lions Head, consisting of Ignacio Uriarte and Filip Bakija. “Begging” is reacting nicely on sites such as SoundCloud, where the original version and two remixes have been streamed in excess of 470,000 times. That’s a mighty musical roar.
  • The other entry on this week’s chart is the current #1 song on the Alternative chart. “Renegades” by X Ambassadors bows in at #39. The quartet’s album, VHS, is due on Tuesday. Though their run was heavily aided by iHeartMedia’s On The Verge artist integration program at the format, their crossover attempt at Hot AC radio is not.

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ADAM’S TOP 40 FLASHBACK: June 29, 2008

"Kissed" by the "Summertime".

“Kissed” by the “Summertime”.

It is time for yet another trip back into the archives on Adam’s Top 40 Flashback! Every Saturday, the day before my latest top 40 goes up for the week, I’ll be featuring a past countdown straight from chart files of Adam’s Top 40. They’re all here — the hit songs, the songs that flopped, and the songs that may be a little embarrassing to reflect on. Alright, let’s get a move on back to the last weekend of June and check out my favorite songs from this week in 2008…

Debuts:
40. O.A.R., “Shattered (Turn The Car Around)”
39. RICK SPRINGFIELD, “What’s Victoria’s Secret?”

Biggest Mover(s):
JON MCLAUGHLIN, “Beating My Heart” (31-21, ten spots)

10. 3 DOORS DOWN, “It’s Not My Time” (steady, fourth week)
Album: 3 Doors Down (2008, Universal Republic Records)
Peak: #10 for four weeks

09. KATY PERRY, “I Kissed A Girl” (up 2)
Album: One Of The Boys (2008, Capitol Records)
Peak: #6 for two weeks

08. GAVIN DEGRAW, “In Love With A Girl” (down 3)
Album: Gavin DeGraw (2008, J/RMG Records)
Peak: #5 for three weeks

07. COLDPLAY, “Viva La Vida” (up 1)
Album: Viva La Vida Or Death And All His Friends (2008, Parlophone/Capitol Records)
Peak: #1 for two weeks

06. DAVID COOK, “The Time Of My Life” (up 1)
Album: David Cook (2008, 19/RCA Records)
Peak: #1 for three weeks

05. NEW KIDS ON THE BLOCK, “Summertime” (up 1)
Album: The Block (2008, Interscope Records)
Peak: #4 for three weeks

04. LEONA LEWIS, “Bleeding Love” (down 1)
Album: Spirit (2008 – U.S. release, Syco/J/RMG Records)
Peak: #1 for fourteen weeks

03. JASON MRAZ, “I’m Yours” (up 1)
Album: We Sing. We Dance. We Steal Things. (2008, Atlantic/RRP Records)
Peak: #1 for one week

02. DUFFY, “Mercy” (steady, third week)
Album: Rockferry (2008, Mercury/IDJMG Records)
Peak: #2 for three weeks

01. COLBIE CAILLAT, “Realize” (steady, third week)
Album: Coco (2007, Universal Republic Records)
Peak: #1 for five weeks

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TURN IT UP TUESDAY: What’s New In Stores This Week (June 23)

Chart-topping Material.

Chart-topping Material.

The musical “Merry Go ‘Round” keeps swinging this summer, as two lovely ladies of different genres and a band of heavy hitters sit at the top of the stack this week. Here are the albums and singles that are new in stores for the week of June 23:

  • Though her leadoff release “Biscuits” struggled into the 40’s on the Country radio chart, fans of singer/songwriter Kacey Musgraves will make sure that her latest album will go much higher than that on the Billboard 200. The title of the set is Pageant Material, and it’s bound to be a good seller, especially at digital outlets. We’ll see if #1 is in reach soon. (iTunes)
  • Currently climbing the pop radio chart with her second single, “Should’ve Been Us”, 22-year-old Tori Kelly is out with a debut album this week, Unbreakable Smile. It also features the recent hit and iHeartMedia On The Verge choice “Nobody Love”. It’ll likely debut in the top ten and possibly the top five next week. (iTunes)
  • With their first studio album in nearly six years, Pennsylvania rockers Breaking Benjamin are searching for their third top ten album in a row with Dark Before Dawn, featuring the recent Active Rock radio chart-topper “Failure”. Catch them on the road beginning next week. (iTunes)
  • Other releases out this week include: Alaska Thunderfuck‘s Anus (iTunes), Bully‘s Feels Like (iTunes), Canaan Smith‘s Bronco (iTunes), Elijah Blake‘s Shadows & Diamonds (iTunes), Emily King‘s The Switch (iTunes), Leon Bridges‘s Coming Home (iTunes), Mike Posner‘s The Truth (EP) (iTunes), The Heydaze‘s The Heydaze (EP) (iTunes) and Wolf Alice‘s My Love Is Cool (iTunes).

New digital-only singles that you can buy this week include:

  • “Good For You”, a new single from Selena Gomez and A$AP Rocky. (iTunes)
  • “No Drama Queen”, a new song from Grouplove. (iTunes)
  • “No Sleep”, the new single from Janet Jackson. (iTunes)
  • “Worse Things Than Love”, a single from Timeflies and Natalie La Rose. (iTunes)

Just before the Global Release Day takes place in a little over two weeks, we have one more set of Monday releases on the 29th, including Joy Williams, Miguel and more. Look for a preview coming on Sunday night!

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Highlights from Adam’s Top 40: June 21, 2015

It's the Ghost wonderful time of the year.

They have one spooky single.

DEBUTS
40. Duran Duran featuring Janelle Monáe and Nile Rodgers – Pressure Off
39. Anderson East – Satisfy Me
38. John Newman – Come And Get It
37. Nathan Sykes – Kiss Me Quick | HIGHEST DEBUT

TOP GAINERS
33. Phases – I’m In Love With My Life (38)
31. Tori Kelly – Should’ve Been Us (35)
26. Matt Nathanson – Gold In The Summertime (33) | BIGGEST MOVER
23. Rob Thomas – Trust You (27)
17. ROMANS – Uh Huh (21)

THIS WEEK’S TOP TEN
10. Walk The Moon – Different Colors (12) | PEAK: #10
09. Years & Years – King (08) | PEAK: #01 for two weeks
08. Maroon 5 – This Summer’s Gonna Hurt… (10) | PEAK: #08
07. Carly Rae Jepsen – I Really Like You (06) | PEAK: #01 for one week
06. Saint Motel – My Type (05) | PEAK: #01 for four weeks
05. Sam Hunt – Take Your Time (07) | PEAK: #05
04. Parachute – Crave (04) | PEAK: #04
03. Gavin James – The Book Of Love (03) | PEAK: #03
02. Causes – Teach Me How To Dance With You (02) | PEAK: #02
01. Jukebox The Ghost – Postcard (01) | PEAK: #01 for four weeks

Top 10 Next In Line:
1. Lions Head – Begging (8)
2. Hoodie Allen – Dumb For You (4)
3. Allen Stone – Freedom (3)
4. Meg Mac – Roll Up Your Sleeves (6)
5. New Politics – West End Kids (5)
6. Family Of The Year – Make You Mine (-)
7. Causes – Walk On Water (-)
8. Daya – Hide Away (9)
9. X Ambassadors – Renegades (-)
10. Jarryd James – Do You Remember (-)

In The Mix:
Atlas Genius – Molecules (new)
Beck – Dreams
Coasts – Oceans
Day Wave – Drag
Django Django – Shake And Tremble
Fairground Saints – Can’t Control The Weather
Jake Owen – Real Life (new)
Jamie Lawson – Wasn’t Expecting That
Jasmine Thompson – Adore
Karmin – Didn’t Know You
Katharine McPhee – Lick My Lips
Langhorne Slim & The Law – Strangers
Leslie Clio – My Heart Ain’t That Broken
Life Of Dillon – Dreams (new)
Mark Ronson featuring Mystikal – Feel Right
Michael Franti & Spearhead featuring Sonna Rele – Once A Day
Modest Mouse – The Ground Walks, With Time In A Box
Mother Mother – Monkey Tree
Olly Murs – Beautiful To Me
Scott Helman – That Sweater (new)
Skinny Days – Alright Right Now
The Karma Killers – Coming Of Age
The Script – Paint The Town Green
Third Eye Blind – Everything Is Easy
Toad The Wet Sprocket – Architect Of Ruin
Years & Years – Shine

Chart Notes:

  • This week’s top new entry is from a solo singer who once charted as a part of The Wanted. The English quintet went on a hiatus last year, but 22-year-old Nathan Sykes is ready to go with some solo material. “Kiss Me Quick” debuts at #37 and goes for adds at CHR radio on Tuesday, though it’s already been added to a few stations before its impact. “Kiss” is also the second song to make my chart through Global Entertainment’s label, the first being Lawson‘s “Roads” (#20) in March.
  • The last time John Newman charted on my top 40 was in the spring of 2014, when he went to #14 with “Losing Sleep”. It was one of three singles to ride the survey from his debut album, Tribute, though only one of them, “Love Me Again”, was a pop radio hit in the States. Now, his fourth top 40 hit and first from his forthcoming sophomore set lands at #38 this week, “Come And Get It”. For the record, it’s not a hot Badfinger or Selena Gomez cover.
  • Newcomer Anderson East is about to release his album titled Delilah on July 10, and the first single from it is new at #39 this week. “Satisfy Me” is current gaining at Triple A radio as the performer continues on tour with the John Butler Trio  through the middle of July. It was also just announced this week that he will be touring with The Lone Bellow in the fall.
  • Finally, new at #40 is a superstar collaboration from Duran Duran, Janelle Monáe and Nile Rodgers. “Pressure Off” just premiered on Friday, so expect a quick climb for the single in the coming weeks. It leads off Paper Gods, which is out in the U.S. on September 18. “Pressure” is the band’s first entry on my chart since 2011’s “Leave A Light On” (#22).

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