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Triple J’s Hottest 100 for 2020: Glass Animals’ Heat Waves wins

English psychedelic pop band Glass Animals have taken out Triple J’s Hottest 100 with their track Heat Waves.   

Saturday’s countdown finished with the song from the group’s third studio album, Dreamland, released in June.   

In second was Spacey Jane with the indie-rock band’s track Booster Seat, off their album Sunlight. 

Triple J's Hottest 100 for 2020 revealed: Psychedelic pop band Glass Animals (pictured in 2018) won the top spot on Saturday with their hit Heat Waves

Triple J's Hottest 100 for 2020 revealed: Psychedelic pop band Glass Animals (pictured in 2018) won the top spot on Saturday with their hit Heat Waves

Triple J’s Hottest 100 for 2020 revealed: Psychedelic pop band Glass Animals (pictured in 2018) won the top spot on Saturday with their hit Heat Waves

Flume’s song The Difference, featuring Toro y Moi, made the top three, beating out Cherub by Ball Park Music who reached the fourth spot. 

Following right behind in fifth spot was Tame Impala’s hit Lost In Yesterday. 

In sixth was Cardi B’s WAP, featuring Megan Thee Stallion, followed by G Flip with Hyperfine in seventh, and The Jungle Giants with Sending Me Ur Loving in eighth. 

What the fans want: Saturday's countdown, voted by the public, finished with the song from the group's third studio album, Dreamland, released in June

What the fans want: Saturday's countdown, voted by the public, finished with the song from the group's third studio album, Dreamland, released in June

What the fans want: Saturday’s countdown, voted by the public, finished with the song from the group’s third studio album, Dreamland, released in June 

The Jungle Giants actually finished in eight spot for Triple J’s Hottest 100 in 2019, with their hit Heavy Hearted. 

Hilltop Hoods with I’m Good? was voted in at ninth, while Billie Eilish rounded out the top ten with Therefore I Am.

Billie won the top spot last year with her track Bad Guy from her 2019 album, When We All Fall Asleep, Where Do We Go? 

Close: In second was Spacey Jane (pictured) with the indie-rock band's track Booster Seat, off their album Sunlight

Close: In second was Spacey Jane (pictured) with the indie-rock band's track Booster Seat, off their album Sunlight

Close: In second was Spacey Jane (pictured) with the indie-rock band’s track Booster Seat, off their album Sunlight 

Other notable names to have made the list are Halsey with her hit You Should Be Sad in nineteenth spot, and The Weeknd with his hit In Your Eyes in 53rd spot.

Controversial folk singer and anti-masker Ziggy Alberts was polling high hours before the final list was revealed, eventually placing in 43rd spot with his track Together. 

Triple J’s Hottest 100 is the countdown of the most popular songs for the past year, as voted by listeners of the Australian radio station. 

Famous face: Halsey (pictured) made the list with her hit You Should Be Sad in nineteenth spot

Famous face: Halsey (pictured) made the list with her hit You Should Be Sad in nineteenth spot

Acclaimed: The Weeknd (pictured) placed 53rd with his hit In Your Eyes

Acclaimed: The Weeknd (pictured) placed 53rd with his hit In Your Eyes

Famous faces: Other notable names to have made the list are Halsey (left) with her hit You Should Be Sad in nineteenth spot, and The Weeknd (right) with his hit In Your Eyes in 53rd spot 

Tripe J’s Hottest 100 for 2020

1. Glass Animals — ‘Heat Waves’

2. Spacey Jane — ‘Booster Seat’

3. Flume and Toro Y Moi — ‘The Difference’

4. Ball Park Music — ‘Cherub’

5. Tame Impala — ‘Lost In Yesterday’

6. Cardi B — ‘WAP’ (feat. Megan Thee Stallion)

7. G Flip — ‘Hyperfine’

8. The Jungle Giants – ‘Sending Me Ur Loving’

9. The Hilltop Hoods — ‘I’m Good?’

10. Billie Eilish — ‘Therefore I Am’

11. Lime Cordiale — ‘On Our Own’

12. Mashd ‘N’ Kutcher – ‘Get On The Beers’ (feat. Daniel Andrews)

13. Mallrat – ‘Rockstar’

14. Ocean Alley — ‘Tombstone’

15. Spacey Jane — ‘Sunlight’

16. Lime Cordiale — ‘Screw Loose’

17. Tame Impala — ‘Is It True’

18. Glass Animals — ‘Tangerine’

19. Halsey — ‘You Should Be Sad’

20. Lime Cordiale — ‘Addicted To The Sunshine’

21. Stace Cadet & KLP – ‘Energy’

22. Eves Karydas — ‘Complicated’

23. Mac Miller — ‘Good News’

24. Mac Miller — ‘Blue World’

25. Lime Cordiale — ‘Reality Check Please’

26. Lime Cordiale — ‘No Plans To Make Plans’

27. Skegss — ‘Under The Thunder’

28. Spacey Jane — ‘Straightlaced’

29. Sycco — ‘Dribble’

30. BIRDZ — – ‘Bagi-la-m Bargan’ (feat. Fred Leone)

31. San Cisco — ‘Reasons’

32. DMA’S — ‘Criminals’

33. Tame Impala — ‘Breathe Deeper’

34. Amy Shark — ‘Everybody Rise’

35. The Avalanches — ‘Running Red Lights’

36. Machine Gun Kelly — ‘Forget Me Too’ (feat. Halsey)

37. The Kid LAROI — ‘SO DONE’

38. Bring Me The Horizon — ‘Parasite’

39. Juice WRLD — ‘Righteous’

40. Juice WRLD — ‘Come And Go’ (feat. Marshmello)

41. The Smith Street Band — ‘I Still Dream About You’

42. Jack Harlow – ‘WHATS POPPIN’

43. Ziggy Alberts — ‘Together’

44. G Flip — ‘You & I’

45. Ruel — ‘As Long As You Care’

46. Tash Sultana — ‘Pretty Lady’

47. Architects — ‘Animals’

48. Headie One — ‘Ain’t It Different’ (feat. AJ Tracey/Stormzy)

49. Juice WRLD — ‘Wishing Well’

50. Peking Duk & The Wombats — ‘Nothing To Love About Love’

51. Glass Animals — ‘Your Love’

52. DMA’s — ‘The Glow’

53. The Weeknd — ‘In Your Eyes’

54. Flume and Eiffel65 — ‘Blue’

55. Alex the Astronaut — ‘I Think You’re Great’

56. San Cisco — ‘On The Line’

57. Beddyrays — ‘Sober Coaster’

58. Tones and I — ‘Fly Away’

59. Joji — ‘Gimme Love’

60. The Kid LAROI — ‘Go’ (feat. Juice WRLD)

61. Ruby Fields — ‘Pretty Grim’

62. Joji — ‘Run’

63. Ball Park Music — ‘Day & Age’

64. Amity Affliction — ‘Soak Me In Bleach’

65. Amy Shark — ‘C’Mon’

66. Skegss — ‘Fantasising’

67. Doja Cat — ‘Boss Bitch’

68. Vera Blue — ‘Lie To Me’

69. Hope D — ‘Second’

70. Chet Faker — ‘Low’

71. Bring Me The Horizon + Yungblud — ‘Obey’

72. Ocean Alley — ‘Lonely Diamond’

73. Genesis Owusu — ‘Don’t Need You’

74. Laurel — ‘Scream Drive Faster’

75. Remi Wolf — ‘Photo ID’

76. London Grammar — ‘Baby It’s You’

77. Sofi Tukker + Gorgon City — ‘House Arrest”

78. G Flip — ‘Marmalade’

79. Billie Eilish — ‘My Future’

80. Fisher — ‘Freaks’

81. Spacey Jane — ‘Weightless’

82. The Chats — ‘The Clap’

83. Cosmo’s Midnight & Ruel — ‘Down For You’

84. Dominic Fike — ‘Chicken Tenders’

85. Dune Rats — ‘Too Tough Terry’

86. Drake – ‘Laugh Now Cry Later’

87. Teenage Joans – ‘Three Leaf Clover’

88. Bronson – ‘HEART ATTACK’

89. Jungle Giants – ‘In Her Eyes’

90. Billie Eilish – ‘No Time To Die’

91. Bugs – ‘Charlie’

92. Thelma Plum – ‘These Days’

93. Internet Money – ‘Lemonade’

94. AITCH x AJ Tracey – ‘Rain’

95. Illy – ‘Loose Ends’

96. Hockey Dad – ‘Germaphobe’

97. Stormzy – ‘Audacity’

98. Joji – ‘Your Man’

99. Hockey Dad – ‘Itch’

100. Benee – ‘Kool’

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Source: Daily Mail Australia | World News

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