With the top ten completely frozen, the first interesting moves come later in the top twenty, with Josh Groban and Kelly Clarkson’s “All I Ask Of You” jumping 28-19 and R5’s “Let’s Not Be Alone Tonight” also entering the top twenty, up 31-20. It’s a quiet week for debuts as well, with Neon Trees scoring the highest of the four new entries with newly-released single “Songs I Can’t Listen To.” Sia and Little Big Town also re-enter with their current singles; the additional debuts come from American Idol‘s Clark Beckham, NEEDTOBREATHE featuring Gavin DeGraw, and another single from Allen Stone.
Carly Rae Jepsen and Tori Kelly each move up one spot in an otherwise-unchanged top ten, led once again by Walk The Moon’s “Shut Up And Dance.” The week’s biggest movers include Alabama Shakes’s “Sound & Color,” Bleachers’s “Like A River Runs,” R5’s “Let’s Not Be Alone Tonight,” and Adam Lambert’s “Ghost Town,” each moving at least 15 places upward. Tori Kelly also lands the greatest debut on the chart with the title track of upcoming album Unbreakable Smile, ahead of debuts from Clean Bandit, Alabama Shakes, and newcomers Good Old War.
Walk The Moon holds the top spot over a fairly quiet top twenty, punctuated by jumps from The Script and The Veronicas at its bottom end. There’s plenty of activity further down on the chart, however, led by top-fifty debuts from Lianne La Havas, Wet, and Jarryd James. R5 also scores the week’s biggest mover by jumping 74-48 with “Let’s Not Be Alone Tonight.” Additional debuts in the second half of the chart include newcomers Young Brother and firekid, as well as new entries by Alabama Shakes, Bleachers, and Passenger.
Walk The Moon holds for an eleventh week at the top spot, with Alabama Shakes newly nipping at their heels as “Don’t Wanna Fight” leapfrogs “Gimme All Your Love” to reach a new peak of #2. In only her fifth week on the chart, Rachel Platten enters the the top ten with “Fight Song,” which jumps 13-10. Four songs tie for the week’s greatest gain with 30-spot jumps for Carly Rae Jepsen’s “All That” (#17), Brandon Flowers’s “Can’t Deny My Love” (#46), and Delta Rae’s “You’re The One For Me” (#59) and “My Whole Life Long” (#63). Hilary Duff scores the top debut with “Sparks,” the third song to be released in advance of a comeback album with RCA Records. Additional debuts include a pair each from Hollywood Records (R5 and newly-solo Grace Potter) and Interscope (X Ambassadors and Ryn Weaver), as well as the final pair of tracks yet to chart from Delta Rae’s album After It All.