HITS Daily Double


Dublin's Fontaines D.C. claim their first U.K. #1 on the Official Albums Chart with Skinty Fia (Partisan). Harry Styles’ “As It Was” (Columbia) has logged a month at #1 on the singles chart.

FDC outsold its closest competition 2:1. Physical sales made it the week’s top seller on vinyl.

Little Mix’s Between Us (RCA) greatest hits collection hits a new peak of #3 as they head out on their final tour. Spiritualized’s ninth studio album, Everything Was Beautiful (Fat Possum), lands at #5, right behind Skinty Fia on the Official Vinyl Albums Chart. Pusha T’s It’s Almost Dry (0207) hits #7, a new chart peak for the rapper.

The reissue of Brian May’s 1998 album, Another World (Virgin), reaches a new peak, #14, while grime-punk duo Bob Vylan scores its first U.K. Top 20 with Bob Vylan Presents: The Price of Life's (Ghost Theatre) debuting at #18.

On the Official Singles Chart, “As It Was” is once again the most-streamed track in the country, with 7.2m streams. It would appear, however, that there are some contenders for the throne.

Cat Burns’ “Go” (Since 93/RCA) is up two places to a new peak of 3, while Bad Boy Chiller Boy’s “BMW” is back in the Top 10, at #7.

Potter Payper’s “Gangsteritus” (Def Jam) is the week’s big climber, rising 28 places to #12. It’s the first Top 20 hit for Potter and for featured artist Tiggs da Author.

Ed Sheeran logs his 54th U.K. Top 40 entry today, with “2 Step” f/Lil Baby (Atlantic) at #13. The Kid LAROI’s “Thousand Miles” (Columbia), at #21, is his fourth Top 40 hit.