Lloyds Group has shot straight into the top spot in The Drum's Shazam chart.
The bank's 250th anniversary campaign, 'Horse Story', marks the return of its iconic black horse, and focuses on the strength and support that horses have offered in everyday situations since 1765.
The 90-second ad is accompanied by an acoustic version of 'Wings' by British singer Birdy, from her 2013 album Fire Within.
Asda comes in at fourth place with 'Oh My Love' by California band The Score. The supermarket has resurrected its classic 'pocket tap' to celebrate 50 years in business.
And 'Freedom' by Pharrell earns Apple Music fifth place, as the tech giant invites fans to tune in to Beats 1 radio station.
KFC, Nationwide and Coca-Cola remain in the chart this week.
Brand: Loyds Bank
Campaign: Black Horse
Artist: Charlie Puth
Brand: Fiat 500
Agency: Maxus & Krow Communications
Artist: East 17
Brand: Three Mobile
Campaign: When Stuff Sucks
Agency: Mindshare & W+k London
Oh My Love
Artist: The Score
Campaign: The Pocket Tap Is Back
Artist: Pharrell Williams
Campaign: Beats 1 Worldwide
We All Want The Same Thing
Campaign: Peanut Butter Love
Agency: Mindshare World
Can't Stop Playing
Artist: Dr. Kucho! & Gregor Salto
Agency: Bbh London & Walker
I'll Keep You Safe
Artist: Sleeping At Last
Campaign: On Your Side
Agency: Havas Mediagroup
Artist: Clean Bandit
Brand: M & S
Campaign: Adventures In Seaside
Agency: Rainey Kelly Campbell Roalfe/y&r & Mindshare
Artist: We Have Band
Campaign: Choose Taste Choose Choice