The Rubens’ ‘Hallelujah’ Reigns On Triple J

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Another Triple J Hit List has been released last Monday, May 25, 2015, consisting of the top songs from the radio station of the Australian Broadcasting Corporation, or ABC. Among the artists and tracks included in the list are “Hallelujah” by The Rubens, “Evie” by Last Dinosaurs, “While You Wait” by Dead Letter Circus and “The Wolf” by Mumford & Sons. Check out the other singles on this week’s Triple J Hit List.

Top 10 Songs In The Triple J Hit List For The Week Of May 25, 2015

  1. “Hallelujah by The Rubens (from the upcoming album “Hoops”)
  2. “Never Let You Go” by Rudimental (from the upcoming album “We The Generation”)
  3. “Evie” by Last Dinosaurs (single)
  4. “Hell Boy” by Seth Sentry (from the upcoming album “Strange New Past”)
  5. “While You Wait” by Dead Letter Circus (single)
  6. “Give Me Something”­ by Jarryd James (single)
  7. “Anchor” by Birds Of Tokyo  (from “Anchor EP”)
  8. “Every Kind Of Way” by The Jungle Giants(single)
  9. “Go {Ft. Q-Tip}” by The Chemical Brothers (from the upcoming album “Born In Echoes”)
  10. “The Wolf” by Mumford & Sons (from the album “Wilder Mind”)

The Rubens’ new single “Hallelujah” is the number one song on this week’s Triple J Hit List. “Hallelujah” is the first single released from their upcoming second album “Hoops.” The Rubens’ latest album is expected to be released on August 7, 2015. Following close by on the second spot is “Never Let You Go” from English drum & bass band Rudimental, which is off their newest album “We The Generation.” Rudimental’s latest album is due to be released this September.

The middle section of the Triple J Hit List offers up a nice selection of songs such as “Evie” from Brisbane-based indie-rock band Last Dinosaurs, “Hell Boy” by Melbourne Hip Hop artist Seth Sentry, and “While You Wait” by Dead Letter Circus, another band based in Brisbane, Queensland. Meanwhile, “Give Me Something” by Jarryd James still stayed strong on the sixth spot.

The other songs that are considered as some of the most played tracks on Triple J also include “Run” by Alison Wonderland (Top 11), “Down To Earth” by Flight Facilities (Top 51), “Voodoo” by Art Of Sleeping (Top 75) and “Don’t Tell Me” by Lilt (Top 150). Click here to see the rest of the songs from the Triple J hit list for the week of May 25, 2015.

Let us know your thoughts on The Triple J Hit List for the May 25, 2015 week. For questions/comments regarding the article, you may email the writer at

Watch The Rubens: Hallelujah (Official Video)

CREDIT: YouTube/The Rubens

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