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Tomorrow's Hits: Nothing But Thieves, Ryan Kinder & Daughter

Nothing But Thieves
Alex Sturrock

Nothing But Thieves

Each Friday, Billboard presents Tomorrow's Hits, a weekly look at new and noteworthy acts making their way toward Billboard chart success.

Nothing But Thieves

Nothing But Thieves scales multiple rock radio charts with debut U.S. single "Trip Switch" (RCA). The song rises 24-22 on Alternative Songs and 34-27 on Rock Airplay, up on the latter list by 31 percent to 2.8 million in audience, according to Nielsen Music. The band's self-titled debut album is due stateside in February after hitting No. 7 on the Official UK Albums chart (Nov. 7). –Kevin Rutherford (@surfwax83)

Ryan Kinder

Singer/songwriter and self-taught guitarist Ryan Kinder nears Country Airplay with the mid-tempo "Tonight" (Warner Music Nashville/W.A.R.) The Birmingham, Ala., native originally signed with Bigger Picture but became a casualty when the label closed. Kinder is currently on a nationwide radio tour in support of "Tonight," the first song to become a single from about 200 that he and Luke Sheets co-wrote. –Jim Asker


British folk trio Daughter bows at No. 3 on the Billboard + Twitter Emerging Artists chart with "Numbers" (Glassnote). The official video for the ethereal song has clocked more than 135,000 global views on YouTube since its Nov. 10 premiere and the act boasts more than 91,000 Twitter followers. "Numbers" previews the group's second album, Not to Disappear, due Jan. 15. –Trevor Anderson (@tanderson5569)