Kings of Leon whisk straight to Quantity 1 on this week’s Official Albums Chart with When You Locate Yourself.
Now their sixth chart-topping album, When You Locate Yourself turned into essentially the most bought album of the week on CD, downloads and vinyl. 65% of its week 1 chart gross sales whole came from bodily codecs.
King of Leon’s old Quantity 1s are: Because of the Times (2007); Most productive By The Night time (2008); Come Around Sundown (2010); Mechanical Bull (2013); Partitions (2016).
Gabrielle’s seventh studio album Build It Over again lands at Quantity 4, marking the British soul singer’s third Top 5 and most sensible-charting album in with reference to twenty years – since 2001’s Glorious Hits album Goals Can Come Moral peaked at Quantity 2.
Further down the Top 20, Zara Larsson’s third studio album Poster Girl is original at Quantity 12, the Swedish pop large name’s 2d Top 20 series; and Japan enter at Quantity 13 with a reissue of their 1980 album Easy Lifestyles – a 40-put amplify on the album’s old UK chart high of 53.
Scottish rock band Arab Strap’s first album in 15 years As Days Catch Darkish debuts at Quantity 14, while there are other Top 20 debuts from DMA’s Live At Brixton (17) and Against The Wall by Glasgow rockers Mason Hill (19).
Further down, English singer-songwriter Jane Weaver scoops her first UK Top 40 album with Flock at Quantity 24, and finally, Floridian pop-punk band A Day To Take note debut at Quantity 36 with You’re Welcome, their 2d Top 40 album.