Fresh New Tracks, Vol 11: Amongst Liars, FloodHounds & Mount Famine

As some of my regular readers and Twitter followers know, my recent bout of serious burnout caused me to decide, for the second time in six months, to quit writing music reviews. The fact that I actually do not enjoy writing, combined with a relentless and often overwhelming flood of submissions and requests for reviews from artists and PR firms, have time and again caused me tremendous anxiety and stress. On the other hand, I do enjoy lending support to indie artists and bands who follow me on social media in whatever small ways I can. Obviously, giving them a bit of press is an important part of that support. I’d like to continue doing so, but the challenge is finding a way to accomplish that without burning myself out again.

In order to continue featuring new music, I’ve decided to resurrect my ‘Fresh New Tracks’ series, which has been on a hiatus since I last wrote one in October 2021. For the series, I feature three or four new songs by various artists, with a few paragraphs about each one, rather than a full-blown review. Though they were generally well-received, I got the sense that some artists were not happy sharing the limelight with other artists or bands. But as more than a few musicians have told me, artists and bands should be grateful for any press, especially when I’m giving it to them for free.

Also, many of my reviews tend to be rather wordy and long, and being a slow, meticulous writer, they take me quite a while to get done. This seems to be a counter-productive approach in this day and age, where most people have the attention spans of a gnat. Although most artists and bands love when I write extensive and detailed reviews of their music, I’m guessing that few people actually read those long reviews in their entirety. Therefore, a short, concise description of each song would seem to be more appealing to a lot of readers who are pressed for time. With that in mind, I will make a valiant attempt to write a Fresh New Tracks post each week going forward. Today I’m featuring songs by three outstanding rock bands with great names from the UK, two of whom, Amongst Liars and FloodHounds, I’ve previously written about, as well as one that’s new to me, Mount Famine.

AMONGST LIARS – “Cut It”

Photo by Duncan Tyler

Hailing from Brighton & Eastbourne, Amongst Liars play a fiercely aggressive style of melodic hard rock, forged from a powerful trifecta of alternative rock, grunge and punk. Comprised of Ian George (lead vocals, guitar), Leo Burdett (guitar, backing vocals), Ross Towner (bass, backing vocals) and Adam Oarton (drums), they formed in September 2019 from the ashes of two successful previous bands – Saint Apache and Katalina Kicks. Not only are they all highly accomplished and talented musicians, they’re nice guys too. Ian in particular has been very supportive of me and my blog, which of course makes me a loyal fan who’s more than happy to support them as much as I can.

I first learned about them in early 2020, and was immediately blown away by their explosive debut single “Over and Over”. In the two succeeding years, they’ve followed with six more outstanding singles, many of which I’ve reviewed on this blog. Their latest is “Cut It“, a clarion call for people to stand up to abuse in all its forms. While they don’t consider themselves a ‘political’ band, Amongst Liars are not afraid to tackle some of the biggest socio-political issues of the day, including war mongering for financial gain, poverty, greed, fake news, deceitful politicians, election fraud, human rights abuses and climate change, and they’ve been outspoken advocates for social justice on several of their songs. About “Cut It”, the band explains: “These are difficult times behind many closed doors – words and actions can cause a lifetime of damage. Speak up for those being abused and bullied, and be kind – always.

The song is a ripper, overflowing with the signature searing riffs and pummeling rhythms we’ve come to love and expect from Amongst Liars. Then there’s that droning bass riff by Ross, creating a menacing vibe that chills us to the core. Ian has a beautiful singing voice that turns deadly when he needs to get his point across: “This violence bleeds silence, bleeds silence / Pray, lead us astray! Pray, just cut it!” I love the dark video, which shows the band performing the song surrounded by curtains of sheer fabric, creating powerful feelings of suffocating claustrophobia. “Cut It” will be included on their forthcoming self-titled debut album, due for release July 8th.

Follow Amongst Liars:  Facebook / Twitter / Instagram

FLOODHOUNDS – “Panic Stations”

Photo by Eleanor Freeman

FloodHounds are a terrific rock band from Sheffield who play a high-energy style of guitar-driven alternative rock, drenched in blues, punk and grunge influences. Formed in 2013, the band consists of Jack Flynn on guitar and vocals, Lauren Greaves on drums, and Anna Melidone, who replaced Joel Hughes on bass in summer of 2021. I’ve been following them for nearly six years, and they’re among the earliest bands I wrote about when my blog was still in its infancy, way back in October 2016 when I reviewed their excellent EP Look What You’ve Started.

In the years since, they’ve released numerous singles and a second EP Always in Sight, in 2019, and have toured extensively throughout the UK, including performances at the Isle of Wight and Liverpool Sound City festivals in 2019, as well as twice in Paris. FloodHounds remained active during the repeated lockdowns, putting out live streams and sessions for platforms such as Jagermeister, God Is In The TV Zine and Wentworth Festival, as well as self-producing a 10-track acoustic album. They also made the final shortlist of Record Store Day’s national video competition, and their innovative video for their single “Take It Too Far” garnered high placement at the London Music Video Festival 2020. Also in 2020, they released a brilliant single “Something Primeval“, a hard-hitting song about tapping into our inner resolve to survive in this world, which I also reviewed.

Now FloodHounds are back with “Panic Stations“, a stomping banger fueled by Jack’s jagged fuzz-soaked riffs, Anna’s grinding bassline and Lauren’s fearsome drumbeats. The biting lyrics call out those who spread lies and misinformation to sow fear and divisiveness, urging them to instead put their energy into trying to bring people together for a common good. “Panic Stations touches on the air of uncertainty we’ve all been labouring under“, explains Jack. “I wanted to write a song that echoed us roaring out of lockdown, and back into real life. The takeaway is that sticking together will serve us better than alienation and blind panic. It’s great fun to play live, it’s heavy but catchy, so people seem to really get on board with it.” In his arresting vocals, Jack emphatically implores “Give me something with meaning. And I will show you something to believe in. But if you just try and deceive me with all the lies that you hear blaring out your TV. It is your mission to heal division, so go and rally all the people who will listen.” It’s a great song.

Jack is also a photographer and graphic artist, and created the artwork for the single.

Follow FloodHounds:  Facebook / Twitter / Instagram

MOUNT FAMINE – “Distance”

Mount Famine are a rather enigmatic post punk/synth infused indie rock’n’roll project based in Derby. From what I can tell, they formed in 2019, and according to their bio, their sound is inspired by 80s bands such as The Cure, The Psychedelic Furs and Pet Shop Boys (all of whom I personally love too), and 90s bands like Manic Street Preachers, Pulp & Suede, along with “the same desire to tell stories that produce the adrenaline-fueled highs of indie disco dancefloors.” They have no photos of themselves on any of their social media, and I was told by band member Martin Stanier that they’ve steered away from photos, wanting the focus to instead be on their music. They’ve released four outstanding singles thus far, beginning in January 2020 with “Faith”, followed that July with “Pulse”, then “Lost” in February 2021, and now “Distance“, which dropped March 11th.

Martin reached out to me about “Distance” after seeing posts of my recent Top 30 song lists on Instagram, thinking it would be to my liking. Well, he was correct, as it’s right up my alley. With it’s rousing, guitar-driven melody, swirling cinematic synths and exuberant dance groove, all creating a glorious 80s-influenced wall of sound, it’s exactly the kind of sound I love. The band says the song was written and recorded on an old Roland synthesizer and beaten-up drumkit, which gives it that wonderful vintage 80s feel. The lyrics speak to the speed of life, and how it passes by with the blink of an eye, a sentiment they beautifully capture in the frenetic video.

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AMONGST LIARS – Single Review: “Kill the Tide”

I’ve noted many times on previous posts that some of the best rock music today is coming out of the UK. Perhaps it’s the rich musical legacy, the prickly politics or even the persistently dour skies that spurs such incredible creativity, but whatever the reason, there’s no denying the consistently high quality of British rock. One of the indie bands that stands out among many for me is Amongst Liars. Their fiercely aggressive style of melodic hard rock, forged from a dynamic and colorful trifecta of alternative rock, grunge and punk, has earned them a dedicated and passionate following, me included. With support from Kerrang Radio’s Johnny Doom, Moshville, BBC Introducing and Great Music Stories, their songs have garnered airplay on local and national radio throughout the UK, and have been collectively streamed over 177,000 times on Spotify.

Based in the Brighton/Eastbourne area along the southern English coast, Amongst Liars consists of Ian George (lead vocals, guitar), Leo Burdett (guitar, backing vocals), Ross Towner (bass, backing vocals) and Adam Oarton (drums). I’ve written about them numerous times, but to recap, they formed in September 2019 from the ashes of two successful previous bands – Saint Apache and Katalina Kicks. Not only are they all highly accomplished and talented musicians, they’re nice guys too. Ian in particular has been very supportive of me and my blog, which of course makes me a loyal fan who’s more than happy to support them as much as I can.

Beginning with the release of their spectacular debut single “Over and Over” in February 2020, they’ve followed with five more singles, the latest of which is “Kill the Tide“, which dropped October 8. All six singles will be included on their forthcoming self-titled debut album, due out in Spring 2022. I’ve previously reviewed four of them – “Over and Over”, “Wolf Machine”, “Burn the Vision” and “Black Days” (you can read some of those reviews by clicking on the related links at the end of this post) – and three have charted on my Weekly Top 30. All of their songs, along with the entire album, were recorded, produced and mixed by David Radahd-Jones at Red City Recordings in Manchester. “Kill the Tide” was mastered by Grant Berry at Fader Mastering.

While they don’t consider themselves a ‘political band’ per se, Amongst Liars have been pretty outspoken on some of their songs about what’s happening in the UK and beyond. Band vocalist Ian George explained “We’re not preaching at anyone or trying to change the world. We’re just saying these are the things that affect and concern us.” On “Wolf Machine”, they called out inept and ineffectual governments led by power hungry politicians, while “Burn the Vision” denounced those who’ve sought to profit from the misfortune of others by distorting the media with fake news to spread their own narratives and lies. “Black Days” railed against the last 10 years of Tory rule in the UK, calling out austerity measures, questionable decision making, incompetence, lies and self-serving political bias.

On “Kill the Tide”, which was the very first song they wrote together after forming in late 2019, the band reflects on their own personal traumas they experienced over the collapse of their previous bands that ultimately led up to their formation as Amongst Liars. They describe the song as an “anthem of rebirth” that tells the story of their formation and determination “to dig deep and come back even stronger.” Ian explains: “Our new single has its genesis in our beginnings, yet it also marks a new chapter for the band. Despite the enormous challenges during lockdown, we used the time to focus on our songwriting and to issue new material regularly. During this process, we found our sound, we pushed ourselves, and we grew as songwriters. ‘Kill the Tide’ marks that evolution.”

In an interview with VENTS Magazine, Ian elaborated on their experiences: “Originally I was in a band for many years that imploded in mid 2019, and was really let down over the space of six months by a succession of people I really trusted. The other guys were in a different band who had a similar experience, being let down by people too, and we kind of knew each other before that having played a show together, so I reached out, we met up and it just clicked. It’s what bonded us so quickly I think, when you go through similar things. The title for the song came from a group chat when we were looking for a band name. Someone suggested ‘Kill the Tide’, which we didn’t like as a band name, but I thought that it would make a great song title. And with that title, the lyrics for this song just flowed and came quite easily – and helped me personally move on from the past, so it was very cathartic writing it!

Tonight we’re gonna demonstrate
So long – we nearly got it right
Those eyes they want to self-assure
Your side I can’t give any more
Those lies you’re not the only one
No end without a setting sun
Alive – you’ll never take it
When your hearts not in it – your head’s on fire
For what’s it worth
This wreck of hurt
I cast it all aside
I will embrace, I will insist
You are no friend of mine
In all I am – and all I see – I’ll bring it back to life
Don’t kill the tide, don’t kill the tide

The song was originally recorded in late 2019 with a long intro, but this past April, the band asked David Radadh-Jones to cut the intro and remix the song to make it more ‘fresh’ sounding. The result is a tight, beautifully-arranged melodic track that delivers the powerful driving rhythms and fearsome riffs we’ve come to love and expect from Amongst Liars. The song begins rather tentatively, with Adam’s gentle drumbeats and Ross’s soft vocal chorus, then Ian’s raw vocals enter the proceedings as the music ramps up. At 34 seconds the songs blasts open with Leo’s heavy chugging riffs layered over Ross’s throbbing bassline and Adam’s pummeling drumbeats. Ian’s vocals rise to the occasion, displaying the spine-tingling emotional ferocity that makes him one of the finest and most exciting vocalists in rock music today. I love the contrast between his intense vocals and Ross’s gentler backing vocals in the verses. Leo lets loose with a terrific guitar solo in the final chorus that takes the song to the next level.

“Kill the Tide” is another fantastic banger, and further proof Amongst Liars are a band to be reckoned with.

The official video shows the band giving an electrifying performance of the song in a studio space at the Congress Theatre in Eastbourne. It was produced, directed and edited by Josh R Lewis, with assistant editing by Robert Ruardy, the same team who produce all Amongst Liars videos.

Along with “Kill the Tide”, Amongst Liars has also released an exclusive (and elusive) B-side “Crucify”, a blistering song of protest. Their raging guitars, crushing bass and thunderous drums are positively mind-blowing, and Ian’s already feral vocals sound more fearsome than ever. The track will not be available on streaming sites, but only by download for one week only, via their website at https://www.amongstliars.com/

Those of you fortunate enough to live in the UK can see Amongst Liars at one of these upcoming shows:

Follow Amongst Liars:  Facebook / Twitter / Instagram
Stream their music:  Spotify / Soundcloud / Apple Music
Purchase:  Amazon

Top 30 Songs for June 20-26, 2021

  1. FLATLINE – Two Feet (3)
  2. NOT DEAD YET – Lord Huron (1)
  3. SHY AWAY – twenty øne piløts (2)
  4. WE ARE BETWEEN – Modest Mouse (9)
  5. METRONOME – Polarizer (6)
  6. FOLLOW YOU – Imagine Dragons (7)
  7. SAVE YOUR TEARS – The Weeknd (8)
  8. BREAK MY BABY – KALEO (11)
  9. BED HEAD – Manchester Orchestra (12)
  10. ROSE HIPS – Dawning (4)
  11. BREATHE – Ships Have Sailed (5)
  12. WELCOME TO THE PARTY – Jack Droppers & the Best Intentions (19)
  13. AT HOME IN THE DARK – Au Gres (10)
  14. HYPOTHETICALS – Lake Street Dive (13)
  15. CAN WE GO BACK – The Frontier (17)
  16. TYPHOONS – Royal Blood (18)
  17. COME FIND ME BACK – Philip Morgan Lewis (21)
  18. MARTYR – Oli Barton & the Movement (22)
  19. SINNER – Young Decades (23)
  20. YOUR POWER – Billie Eilish (24)
  21. BETTER – Michigander (25)
  22. BLACK DAYS – Amongst Liars (15)
  23. WAY LESS SAD – AJR (16)
  24. CRAWLING KINGSNAKE – The Black Keys (26)
  25. LEAVE THE DOOR OPEN – Bruno Mars, Anderson .Paak, Silk Sonic (20)
  26. I NEED YOU – Jon Batiste (14)
  27. ALL YOU EVER WANTED – Rag’n’Bone Man (27)
  28. ZITTI E BUONI – Måneskin (29)
  29. HIGHER POWER – Coldplay (30)
  30. NOTHING2 – Strange Souvenirs (N)

Top 30 Songs for June 13-19, 2021

  1. NOT DEAD YET – Lord Huron (1)
  2. SHY AWAY – twenty øne piløts (3)
  3. FLATLINE – Two Feet (5)
  4. ROSE HIPS – Dawning (4)
  5. BREATHE – Ships Have Sailed (2)
  6. METRONOME – Polarizer (7)
  7. FOLLOW YOU – Imagine Dragons (8)
  8. SAVE YOUR TEARS – The Weeknd (10)
  9. WE ARE BETWEEN – Modest Mouse (21)
  10. AT HOME IN THE DARK – Au Gres (9)
  11. BREAK MY BABY – KALEO (12)
  12. BED HEAD – Manchester Orchestra (13)
  13. HYPOTHETICALS – Lake Street Dive (11)
  14. I NEED YOU – Jon Batiste (6)
  15. BLACK DAYS – Amongst Liars (16)
  16. WAY LESS SAD – AJR (17)
  17. CAN WE GO BACK – The Frontier (18)
  18. TYPHOONS – Royal Blood (19)
  19. WELCOME TO THE PARTY – Jack Droppers & the Best Intentions (20)
  20. LEAVE THE DOOR OPEN – Bruno Mars, Anderson .Paak, Silk Sonic (14)
  21. COME FIND ME BACK – Philip Morgan Lewis (23)
  22. MARTYR – Oli Barton & the Movement (24)
  23. SINNER – Young Decades (25)
  24. YOUR POWER – Billie Eilish (26)
  25. BETTER – Michigander (27)
  26. CRAWLING KINGSNAKE – The Black Keys (29)
  27. ALL YOU EVER WANTED – Rag’n’Bone Man (30)
  28. ALL MY FAVORITE SONGS – Weezer (15)
  29. ZITTI E BUONI – Måneskin (N)
  30. HIGHER POWER – Coldplay (N)

Top 30 Songs for June 6-12, 2021

  1. NOT DEAD YET – Lord Huron (3)
  2. BREATHE – Ships Have Sailed (1)
  3. SHY AWAY – twenty øne piløts (2)
  4. ROSE HIPS – Dawning (4)
  5. FLATLINE – Two Feet (11)
  6. I NEED YOU – Jon Batiste (6)
  7. METRONOME – Polarizer (8)
  8. FOLLOW YOU – Imagine Dragons (9)
  9. AT HOME IN THE DARK – Au Gres (12)
  10. SAVE YOUR TEARS – The Weeknd (13)
  11. HYPOTHETICALS – Lake Street Dive (14)
  12. BREAK MY BABY – KALEO (15)
  13. BED HEAD – Manchester Orchestra (16)
  14. LEAVE THE DOOR OPEN – Bruno Mars, Anderson .Paak, Silk Sonic (7)
  15. ALL MY FAVORITE SONGS – Weezer (5)
  16. BLACK DAYS – Amongst Liars (17)
  17. WAY LESS SAD – AJR (18)
  18. CAN WE GO BACK – The Frontier (20)
  19. TYPHOONS – Royal Blood (21)
  20. WELCOME TO THE PARTY – Jack Droppers & the Best Intentions (22)
  21. WE ARE BETWEEN – Modest Mouse (28)
  22. ENEMY MINE – Roadkeeper (10)
  23. COME FIND ME BACK – Philip Morgan Lewis (24)
  24. MARTYR – Oli Barton & the Movement (25)
  25. SINNER – Young Decades (26)
  26. YOUR POWER – Billie Eilish (27)
  27. BETTER – Michigander (30)
  28. MY EX’S BEST FRIEND – Machine Gun Kelly featuring blackbear (19)
  29. CRAWLING KINGSNAKE – The Black Keys (N)
  30. ALL YOU EVER WANTED – Rag’n’Bone Man (N)

Top 30 Songs for May 30-June 5, 2021

  1. BREATHE – Ships Have Sailed (2)
  2. SHY AWAY – twenty øne piløts (1)
  3. NOT DEAD YET – Lord Huron (3)
  4. ROSE HIPS – Dawning (7)
  5. ALL MY FAVORITE SONGS – Weezer (4)
  6. I NEED YOU – Jon Batiste (8)
  7. LEAVE THE DOOR OPEN – Bruno Mars, Anderson .Paak, Silk Sonic (6)
  8. METRONOME – Polarizer (9)
  9. FOLLOW YOU – Imagine Dragons (10)
  10. ENEMY MINE – Roadkeeper (5)
  11. FLATLINE – Two Feet (17)
  12. AT HOME IN THE DARK – Au Gres (12)
  13. SAVE YOUR TEARS – The Weeknd (13)
  14. HYPOTHETICALS – Lake Street Dive (14)
  15. BREAK MY BABY – KALEO (15)
  16. BED HEAD – Manchester Orchestra (16)
  17. BLACK DAYS – Amongst Liars (18)
  18. WAY LESS SAD – AJR (19)
  19. MY EX’S BEST FRIEND – Machine Gun Kelly featuring blackbear (11)
  20. CAN WE GO BACK – The Frontier (22)
  21. TYPHOONS – Royal Blood (23)
  22. WELCOME TO THE PARTY – Jack Droppers & the Best Intentions (24)
  23. PATCHWERK – Sub Urban & Two Feet (21)
  24. COME FIND ME BACK – Philip Morgan Lewis (25)
  25. MARTYR – Oli Barton & the Movement (26)
  26. SINNER – Young Decades (27)
  27. YOUR POWER – Billie Eilish (29)
  28. WE ARE BETWEEN – Modest Mouse (30)
  29. ESTELLA – Kenny Hoopla featuring Travis Barker (19)
  30. BETTER – Michigander (N)

Top 30 Songs for May 23-29, 2021

  1. SHY AWAY – twenty øne piløts (1)
  2. BREATHE – Ships Have Sailed (3)
  3. NOT DEAD YET – Lord Huron (6)
  4. ALL MY FAVORITE SONGS – Weezer (5)
  5. ENEMY MINE – Roadkeeper (2)
  6. LEAVE THE DOOR OPEN – Bruno Mars, Anderson .Paak, Silk Sonic (4)
  7. ROSE HIPS – Dawning (8)
  8. I NEED YOU – Jon Batiste (9)
  9. METRONOME – Polarizer (10)
  10. FOLLOW YOU – Imagine Dragons (11)
  11. MY EX’S BEST FRIEND – Machine Gun Kelly featuring blackbear (7)
  12. AT HOME IN THE DARK – Au Gres (13)
  13. SAVE YOUR TEARS – The Weeknd (14)
  14. HYPOTHETICALS – Lake Street Dive (15)
  15. BREAK MY BABY – KALEO (16)
  16. BED HEAD – Manchester Orchestra (17)
  17. FLATLINE – Two Feet (20)
  18. BLACK DAYS – Amongst Liars (19)
  19. ESTELLA – Kenny Hoopla featuring Travis Barker (12)
  20. WAY LESS SAD – AJR (22)
  21. PATCHWERK – Sub Urban & Two Feet (23)
  22. CAN WE GO BACK – The Frontier (24)
  23. TYPHOONS – Royal Blood (25)
  24. WELCOME TO THE PARTY – Jack Droppers & the Best Intentions (26)
  25. COME FIND ME BACK – Philip Morgan Lewis (28)
  26. MARTYR – Oli Barton & the Movement (29)
  27. SINNER – Young Decades (30)
  28. THE BANDIT – Kings of Leon (21)
  29. YOUR POWER – Billie Eilish (N)
  30. WE ARE BETWEEN – Modest Mouse (N)

Top 30 Songs for May 16-22, 2021

  1. SHY AWAY – twenty one pilots (1)
  2. ENEMY MINE – Roadkeeper (3)
  3. BREATHE – Ships Have Sailed (4)
  4. LEAVE THE DOOR OPEN – Bruno Mars, Anderson .Paak, Silk Sonic (2)
  5. ALL MY FAVORITE SONGS – Weezer (6)
  6. NOT DEAD YET – Lord Huron (7)
  7. MY EX’S BEST FRIEND – Machine Gun Kelly featuring blackbear (5)
  8. ROSE HIPS – Dawning (10)
  9. I NEED YOU – Jon Batiste (11)
  10. METRONOME – Polarizer (12)
  11. FOLLOW YOU – Imagine Dragons (13)
  12. ESTELLA – Kenny Hoopla featuring Travis Barker (9)
  13. AT HOME IN THE DARK – Au Gres (15)
  14. SAVE YOUR TEARS – The Weeknd (16)
  15. HYPOTHETICALS – Lake Street Dive (17)
  16. BREAK MY BABY – KALEO (18)
  17. BED HEAD – Manchester Orchestra (19)
  18. SLEEP – The Frontier (8)
  19. BLACK DAYS – Amongst Liars (21)
  20. FLATLINE – Two Feet (29)
  21. THE BANDIT – Kings of Leon (14)
  22. WAY LESS SAD – AJR (23)
  23. PATCHWERK – Sub Urban & Two Feet (24)
  24. CAN WE GO BACK – The Frontier (25)
  25. TYPHOONS – Royal Blood (26)
  26. WELCOME TO THE PARTY – Jack Droppers & the Best Intentions (28)
  27. PEACHES – Justin Bieber featuring Daniel Caesar & Giveon (22)
  28. COME FIND ME BACK – Philip Morgan Lewis (N)
  29. MARTYR – Oli Barton & the Movement (N)
  30. SINNER – Young Decades (N)

Top 30 Songs for May 9-15, 2021

  1. SHY AWAY – twenty one pilots (6)
  2. LEAVE THE DOOR OPEN – Bruno Mars, Anderson .Paak, Silk Sonic (1)
  3. ENEMY MINE – Roadkeeper (4)
  4. BREATHE – Ships Have Sailed (5)
  5. MY EX’S BEST FRIEND – Machine Gun Kelly featuring blackbear (3)
  6. ALL MY FAVORITE SONGS – Weezer (8)
  7. NOT DEAD YET – Lord Huron (10)
  8. SLEEP – The Frontier (2)
  9. ESTELLA – Kenny Hoopla featuring Travis Barker (7)
  10. ROSE HIPS – Dawning (11)
  11. I NEED YOU – Jon Batiste (12)
  12. METRONOME – Polarizer (13)
  13. FOLLOW YOU – Imagine Dragons (14)
  14. THE BANDIT – Kings of Leon (9)
  15. AT HOME IN THE DARK – Au Gres (18)
  16. SAVE YOUR TEARS – The Weeknd (19)
  17. HYPOTHETICALS – Lake Street Dive (20)
  18. BREAK MY BABY – KALEO (24)
  19. BED HEAD – Manchester Orchestra (25)
  20. FIRE – Two Feet (16)
  21. BLACK DAYS – Amongst Liars (23)
  22. PEACHES – Justin Bieber featuring Daniel Caesar & Giveon (21)
  23. WAY LESS SAD – AJR (26)
  24. PATCHWERK – Sub Urban & Two Feet (27)
  25. CAN WE GO BACK – The Frontier (28)
  26. TYPHOONS – Royal Blood (29)
  27. ALL ABOUT YOU – The Knocks featuring Foster the People (15)
  28. WELCOME TO THE PARTY – Jack Droppers & the Best Intentions (30)
  29. FLATLINE – Two Feet (N)
  30. WAITING ON A WAR – Foo Fighters (17)

Top 30 Songs for May 2-8, 2021

  1. LEAVE THE DOOR OPEN – Bruno Mars, Anderson .Paak, Silk Sonic (1)
  2. SLEEP – The Frontier (2)
  3. MY EX’S BEST FRIEND – Machine Gun Kelly featuring blackbear (4)
  4. ENEMY MINE – Roadkeeper (6)
  5. BREATHE – Ships Have Sailed (7)
  6. SHY AWAY – twenty one pilots (17)
  7. ESTELLA – Kenny Hoopla featuring Travis Barker (8)
  8. ALL MY FAVORITE SONGS – Weezer (9)
  9. THE BANDIT – Kings of Leon (3)
  10. NOT DEAD YET – Lord Huron (11)
  11. ROSE HIPS – Dawning (13)
  12. I NEED YOU – Jon Batiste (14)
  13. METRONOME – Polarizer (15)
  14. FOLLOW YOU – Imagine Dragons (16)
  15. ALL ABOUT YOU – The Knocks featuring Foster the People (5)
  16. FIRE – Two Feet (10)
  17. WAITING ON A WAR – Foo Fighters (12)
  18. AT HOME IN THE DARK – Au Gres (19)
  19. SAVE YOUR TEARS – The Weeknd (20)
  20. HYPOTHETICALS – Lake Street Dive (22)
  21. PEACHES – Justin Bieber featuring Daniel Caesar & Giveon (24)
  22. BEAUTIFUL DISGUISE – Melotika (18)
  23. BLACK DAYS – Amongst Liars (28)
  24. BREAK MY BABY – KALEO (29)
  25. BED HEAD – Manchester Orchestra (30)
  26. WAY LESS SAD – AJR (N)
  27. PATCHWERK – Sub Urban & Two Feet (N)
  28. CAN WE GO BACK – The Frontier (N)
  29. TYPHOON – Royal Blood (N)
  30. WELCOME TO THE PARTY – Jack Droppers & the Best Intentions (N)