Congratulations to Ben Howard, who enters straight in at Quantity 1 alongside with his fourth album Collections From The Whiteout.
Collections is Ben’s second UK Quantity 1 album, following 2014’s I Neglect The assign We Had been. His other studio albums Every Kingdom (2011) and Noonday Dream (2018) each peaked at Quantity 4.
Collections From The Whiteout is perchance most definitely the greatest-promoting album in fair narrative shops this week, and also tops the Official Vinyl Albums Chart.
In the period in-between, Dua Lipa’s Future Nostalgia is at Quantity 3, marking its 33rd week in the Top 10, 365 days on from its launch.
US rock band Evanescence commence at Quantity 4 with The Bitter Reality – their perfect charting album in 10 years and matching the live of their 2011 self-titled series. The narrative lands at Quantity 1 on this week’s Official Rock and Steel Albums Chart.
In other areas in the Top 10, Promises, a one-tune, nine-circulate album by Floating Aspects, Pharoah Sanders and the London Symphony Orchestra debuts at Quantity 6.
Further down, NF debuts at Quantity 12 with Clouds, the Christian rapper’s second Top 20 album; Iron Maiden’s Adrian Smith and The Winery Dogs’ Richie Kotzen’s blues-rock project Smith/Kotzen’s self titled-debut lands at Quantity 17; earlier-customary Moist Moist Moist frontman Marti Pellow earns his second Top 20 solo album with Stargazer at 18.
Joe Strummer compilation Meeting lands at Quantity 23, whereas Mojo Skyline by Mud Coda debuts at Quantity 27 and Neil Younger’s most modern are living album Younger Shakespeare is at 29.
At final, Amy Wadge’s Keeping Faith Sequence 1 and a pair of soundtracks, written and recorded for the BBC drama lands at Quantity 37 this week following the launch of a 2-disc CD series.