SourceTree - branches are showing up on one line

SourceTree newbie here and I'm trying to understand why the new branch won't show up on top of master. I'm pretty sure I committed and pushed the changes to my github

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As far as I can tell, SourceTree should be displaying your entire graph. According to it, you have only your initial commit, and your new branch has not been pushed to origin.

Did you choose "Amend previous commit" when you committed? Did you then push master instead of your new branch?

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