Kodaline Surface On Top


Their first album 'In A Perfect World' debuted at No1 back in June 2013 and this week Kodaline repeat the feat with the follow-up 'Coming Up For Air'.

Multi-Grammy winner Sam Smith climbs one place from No3 to No2 with 'In The Lonely Hour', swapping places with Ed Sheeran's 'X', down from No2 to No3. Fleet Foxes drummer Joshua Tillman, performing as Father John Misty, has this week's second new entry at No12 with 'I Love You, Honeybear' - his second best ever showing on this chart behind the No3 peak for Fleet Foxes 'Helplessness Blues' in 2011. The third and final new entry in this week's Top 20 is at No18 for Celtic Woman Lisa Lambe's first solo release 'Hiding Away'. Beck returns to the chart at No21 on the back of his Album Of The Year Grammy for 'Morning Phase', a year after debuting at No2. Jack Savoretti claims the fourth new entry at No24 with 'Written In Scars', his first appearance in the Irish Chart with his fourth studio album.

Ellie Goulding takes a second week at No1 on the Singles Chart with 'Love Me Like You Do', extending her lead over Mark Ronson's 'Uptown Funk!' at No2. Rihanna, Kanye & Macca continue their steady ascent, up from No9 to No3 this week with 'Four Five Seconds' after debuting at No14 two weeks ago. There are two new entries in the Top 40: Charli XCX at No37 with 'Doing It' (feat. Rita Ora) and Imagine Dragons at No40 with 'I Bet My Life'.

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