Here’s Who ‘100 Warm Tunas’ Is Predicting Will Take Out The Hottest 100 Of The Decade

As music fans across the country continue to rattle their brains to think of the perfect 10 songs to vote for in Triple J’s Hottest 100 of the 2010s, Nick Whyte’s Hottest 100 prediction site ‘100 Warm Tunas‘ already has an idea of who might take out the top spot – and it’s an act who has never won before.

At the mighty, creme-de-la-creme top spot is Violent Soho‘s monstrous 2013 hit ‘Covered In Chrome’. This is especially interesting because, as we reported last week, the band released a pretty convincing campaign in an effort to get your vote – looks like its working.

In fact, none of the current top four are by acts that have won the countdown. Arctic Monkeys’ 2013 banger ‘Do I Wanna Know?’ is currently in second, Tame Impala’s 2015 hit ‘The Less I Know The Better’ is in third and Gang Of Youths’ ‘Magnolia’ is in fourth. In fifth place, however, is Gotye and Kimbra’s all-conquering 2011 collab ‘Somebody That I Used To Know’ which did win the 2011 Hottest 100.

Voting for the Hottest 100 of the 2010s is open now, and will remain open until Monday, 9th March. Then, on Saturday, 14th March, the countdown will take place and we’ll see if Violent Soho will be “hell fuck yeah!”ing all the way to the top spot.

In the meantime, check 100 Warm Tunas’ prediction for the top 20, at the time of writing, below, and check the full list here.

UPDATE 14/03/20: Triple J’s Hottest 100 Of The Decade: Live Updates

  1. ‘Covered In Chrome’ – Violent Soho
  2. ‘Do I Wanna Know?’ – Arctic Monkeys
  3. ‘The Less I Know The Better’ – Tame Impala
  4. ‘Magnolia’ – Gang Of Youths
  5. ‘Somebody That I Used To Know (feat. Kimbra)’ – Gotye
  6. ‘Pumped Up Kicks’ – Foster The People’
  7. ‘Let It Happen’ – Tame Impala
  8. ‘It’s Nice To Be Alive’ – Ball Park Music
  9. ‘Breezeblocks’ – alt-J
  10. ‘Runaway (feat. Pusha T)’ – Kanye West
  11. ‘Midnight City’ – M83
  12. ‘Innerbloom’ – RÜFÜS DU SOL
  13. ‘Video Games’ – Lana Del Rey
  14. ‘Let Me Down Easy’ – Gang Of Youths
  15. ‘Tokyo (Vampires & Wolves)’ – The Wombats
  16. ‘King Kunta’ – Kendrick Lamar
  17. Royals’ – Lorde
  18. ‘Brother’ – Matt Corby
  19. ‘Big Jet Plane’ – Angus & Julia Stone
  20. ‘Cosby Sweater’ – Hilltop Hoods

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