Irish band the Script have scored their fourth U.K. No. 1 collection, as Freedom Child (Columbia/Sony) goes straight in at the best. Taylor Swift begins a moment week on the singles graph with “Look What You Made Me Do” (EMI/Universal).
Beginning with their self-titled 2008 presentation, the Script have made the summit with all their studio discharges aside from 2012’s Number 3, which topped in sprinter up spot. As per the Official Charts Company, their new discharge moved double the consolidated units of Ed Sheeran’s ÷ (Asylum/Warner), which holds at No. 2.
LCD Soundsystem touch base from an optimistic standpoint No. 3 with American Dream (DFA/Columbia), while electronic pioneers Orchestral Maneuvers In The Dark begin at No. 4 with The Punishment of Luxury (100 Percent), stretching out their collection graph profession to 37 years and giving them their best positioning since Sugar Tax came to No. 3 out of 1991. A week ago’s new passage at No. 1, Villains (Matador) by Queens of the Stone Age, tumbles to No. 5.
There’s another career high at No. 6, as Scottish indie long-runners Mogwai enter with Every Country’s Sun (Rock Action). Singer-songwriter Jake Bugg debuts at No. 7 with Hearts That Strain (EMI/Universal).
As well as retaining the No. 1 singles spot with “Look What You Made Me Do,” Swift also has the highest new entry of the week, as “…Ready For It?” appears at No. 7, after only five days on sale. The former chart-topper “New Rules” (Warner Bros./Warner Music) by Dua Lipa holds at No. 2, as does Pink’s “What About Us” (RCA/Sony) at No. 3.
“Friends” (DefJam/Polydor/Republic/ Universal) by Justin Bieber & BloodPop is back up 5-4 and there’s a 9-5 climb for “Mi Gente” (Blue Wrasse) by J Balvin and Willy William. Demi Lovato makes a 12-9 move with “Sorry Not Sorry” (Hollywood).1 of 1