This week on The Grocery List, The Sheepdogs steal the top spot from DFA1979 with their latest, ‘Downtown’. We’ve also got debuts this week from both City and Colour and Ascot Royals, whose new single, ‘The Best Is Yet To Come’ is new at number 10.
Mondays at 2 & 8 EST
Thursdays at 7 EST
Saturdays at Noon EST
1 – The Sheepdogs – Downtown
2 – Death From Above 1979 – White Is Red
3 – Fake Shark – Cheap Thrills
4 – Hawksley Workman – Make Up Your Mind Tonight
5 – Rah Rah – Chip Off The Heart
6 – K-OS – Steel Sharpens Steel
7 – Arkells – 11:11
8 – City And Colour – Woman (NEW)
9 – The Trews – Under The Sun
10 – Ascot Royals – The Best Is Yet To Come (NEW)
About Ascot Royals (from the Sleightmusic website):
Formed in Canada, the Ascot Royal comprises of two British born brothers, Jimmy and Ben Chauveau, the Isreali born Tal Vaisman, and a rural Ontario boy, Sam Stark. It is this cultural mosaic and shared devotion to music, that gives the Ascot Royals their stand alone sound. They’ve played alongside some of Canadas brightest stars, including Hollerado, Down With Webster, The Reason, Sweet Thing, USS and San Sebastian to name a few. The band prides itself in creating a party atmosphere, no matter how large or small the show.