Noah Kahan takes Stick Season to full month at Number 1

The Vermont-born star is Number 1 again, plus scores this week's highest new entry with Sam Fender.
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It’s the season of Noah Kahan right now on the Official Singles Chart, with the Vermont singer-songwriter dominating at Number 1 for a full month and securing this week’s highest new entry, too.  

Today, Stick Season stays strong for a fourth consecutive week at the summit, once again the most-streamed track in the country (8.7 million UK streams). 

There’s more good news for Noah, as his brand-new Sam Fender duet Homesick debuts at Number 5. It becomes the second Top 10 hit in the UK for both artists in the process. Homesick’s success also pushes Sam’s biggest hit to date, Seventeen Going Under, back into the Top 40 (32). It originally peaked at Number 3 in 2022. 

It’s tens across the board for Sophie Ellis-Bextor! Murder on the Dancefloor once again surges to a re-peak of Number 2, its original Official Singles Chart best from 2001, proving that Saltburn fever is far from over. Emerald Fennell’s gothic thriller is up for several nods at this year’s BAFTAs – including Best Supporting Actress for Rosamund Pike and Jacob Elordi for Best Supporting Actor. 

Now is the time to release your inhibitions and feel the rain on your skin – Natasha Bedingfield’s Unwritten also rides the nostalgia wave, rising five to Number 13. The 2004 pop classic catches a second wind thanks to its inclusion in new rom com Anyone But You. Could it re-enter the Top 10 next week? Read more in our exclusive interview with Natasha Bedingfield on Unwritten’s chart resurgence here

Further down, Flo Milli hits a new peak with Never Lose Me (17), while TikTok star Benson Boone claims his first UK Top 20 single with Beautiful Things, a brand-new entry this week (18).  

Ella Henderson and Rudimental’s Alibi jumps up 20 places, breaking into the Top 40 (26), Chris Brown’s Angel Numbers / Ten Toes reaches a new high (31), as does Songer’s breakthrough hit Toxic (32).  

Becky Hill & Sonny Fodera’s Never Be Alone is another new entry today (34). It becomes Becky’s 19th and Sonny’s second overall Top 40 entry. 

US viral sensation David Kushner earns a second Top 40 hit with Skin and Bones (36). It follows Daylight, which climbed all the way to Number 2 last year.  

And, finally, Kygo  and Ava Max team up for brand-new track Whatever, which crashes in at Number 38. Interpolating Shakira’s iconic breakthrough 2001 track Wherever, Whenever, Whatever becomes Kygo’s 10th and Ava’s sixth Top 40 entry (and first in nearly three years). 

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'Murder On The Dancefloor' back up to its all-time peak again is definitely the highlight for me. Hopefully it can get to #1 before it's back on ACR. 

Good to see 'Seventeen Going Under' make a return to the Top 40! 😊