The Weybridge rock group’s seventh studio album tops the Official Albums Chart Replace, having scored probably the most bodily gross sales this previous weekend. If the gathering holds onto its momentum, it’ll mark the Josh Franceschi-fronted act’s second UK No 1 album, and first for seven years, since 2014’s Evening Individuals.
Nottingham punk duo Sleaford Mods are within the runner-up slot on the midweek mark of the week, as lockdown-recorded album Spare Ribs begins at Quantity 2. The album is about to turn out to be their third UK Prime 10 effort, and doubtlessly highest-charting following 2019 studio album Eton Alive and 2020 compilation All That Glue.
US boyband Why Don’t We’re on the cusp of their first UK Prime 10 album with The Good Occasions and The Dangerous Ones at 4, and Eminem’s Music To Be Murdered By is on track to rebound to five following the CD launch of its B Aspect version.
London post-punk outfit Disgrace are in line for his or her highest-charting album so far with Drunk Tank Pink (6), David Bowie stay album LIVEANDWELL.COM might turn out to be his 35th Prime 10 album (8), and Zayn Malik’s third studio album No person Is Listening is the most-streamed new launch of the week (10).
American rapper Ashnikko is at Quantity 11 along with her debut mixtape Demidevil, and Australian rock band King Gizzard and the Lizard Wizard might declare their first Prime 40 album with Ok.G. following its vinyl launch at Quantity 21.