Noah Kahan, the Vermont-born artist, is basking in the glory of his reflective folk-pop track, “Stick Season,” reigning supreme for a second consecutive week at Number 1 on the UK charts. This accomplishment marks Noah’s first-ever UK chart-topper, and the track continues to dominate as the UK’s most-streamed song with an impressive 7.5 million streams.

In a surprising twist, Sophie Ellis-Bextor’s “Murder on the Dancefloor” gracefully sashays six places up to claim the Number 2 spot. This ascent mirrors the song’s original peak position in 2001, and the resurgence is attributed to its inclusion in the Emerald Fennell-directed film, Saltburn. The renewed interest catapults “Murder on the Dancefloor” to double its highest-ever streaming week in the UK, amassing a staggering 4.7 million streams over the past seven days.

For music enthusiasts eager to catch the latest chart-topping hits, Manuel Chircop hosts the ‘UK Top 20 Chart Show’ on Radio 105. Tune in exclusively on Sundays at 9 am, with a repeat broadcast on Thursdays at 7 pm. Stay plugged in for a sonic journey through the latest and greatest in the UK music scene.