5SOS’s fourth album claims the top spot on this week’s Official Albums Chart with 35,000 chart gross sales, ending simply 550 items forward of Dua Lipa’s Future Nostalgia. It’s the band’s second Number 1 within the UK after 2015’s Sounds Good Feels Good.
Dua’s Future Nostalgia – her second assortment – takes the runner-up slot and a private finest following the Number Three peak of her self-titled debut album, which additionally seems on this week’s Top 40, up 9 locations to Number 19. Future Nostalgia rings in as this week’s finest vendor on vinyl, securing the Number 1 spot on the Official Vinyl Albums Chart after shifting 3,000 copies on wax.
Skepta, Chip and Young Adz’s new collaborative album Insomnia (3) completes an all-new Top Three this week. The entry marks Skepta’s third Top 10 album, Chip’s third and first in 9 years, and a primary for Young Adz (fourth together with his work with D-Block Europe).
Rock giants Pearl Jam declare their ninth Top 10 entry with Gigaton, new at 6; Canadian singer/producer Partynextdoor enters at 7 together with his third album Partymobile; Elton John’s biggest hits Diamonds rebounds 9 locations to 10 following his lounge charity live performance final Sunday.
Elsewhere, US rapper and singer Joyner Lucas enters at Number 16 together with his debut album ADHD and The Gaslight Anthem’s Brian Fallon lands at Number 32 together with his third solo report Local Honey.