The top five is unchanged, though Graffiti6, Kelly Clarkson, and Karmin each move into the top ten. Florence + The Machine has another top twenty hit this year as “No Light, No Light” debuts at #17.
Kelly Clarkson makes a big splash on the chart with ten debuts from her new album Stronger (plus a re-entry for “Let Me Down” and a live cover), including “Dark Side” at #2. Coldplay also lands three more debuts from new album Mylo Xyloto.
Florence + The Machine move to #2 with “Shake It Out,” trading places with Kelly Clarkson’s “Mr. Know It All.” Once again, three songs enter the top ten: Sara Bareilles and Ryan Tedder’s “Gonna Get Over You,” Daughtry’s “Crawling Back To You,” and Graffiti6’s “Free.” Daughtry again has the highest debut, this time with “Renegade.”
A quieter week in the upper reaches in the chart, with the contents of the top ten the same and the only notable change being Michelle Branch’s “Loud Music” returning to the top five over Adele’s former chart-topper “Rolling In The Deep.” Daughtry scores the top two debuts with “Crawling Back To You” and “Drown In You.”
It’s a busy week within the top ten: Foster The People’s “Pumped Up Kicks” ascends to the top three, with “Shake It Out” by Florence + The Machine just behind. Three songs enter the top ten: Hedley’s “Invincible,” Coldplay’s “Paradise,” and Gotye featuring Kimbra’s “Somebody That I Used To Know.” Sara Bareilles and Ryan Tedder return to #15 with “Gonna Get Over You,” which first charted last fall, while Switchfoot’s “Restless” is the top new entry at #17.
Kelly Clarkson moves into the runner-up spot with “Mr. Know It All,” with the other two spots still in Adele’s possession. Florence + The Machine debuts at a lofty #7 with “Shake It Out,” while Coldplay finds “Paradise” at #15.
Adele keeps her hold on the top two, but Kelly Clarkson blasts in at #3 with “Mr. Know It All.” Hedley also debuts new track “Invincible” in the top twenty.
After last week’s debut, Florence + The Machine leap to #13 with “What The Water Gave Me.” Cady Groves scales half the chart in the week, moving from last week’s #50 debut to #22 with “This Little Girl.” Just below at #23, He Is We debuts “All About Us,” with new featured vocals from Owl City.
Lady Gaga enters the top ten in an otherwise quiet week. Florence + The Machine grabs the highest debut at #32 with “What The Water Gave Me.”
Foster The People enters the top ten, while Lady Gaga’s “Yoü and I” moves 27-13. Evanescence returns with a new song, “What You Want,” that is the week’s highest debut at #24.