Major Lazer holds on at No1 on the Singles Chart for a third week with 'Lean On', ahead of Omi whose 'Cheerleader' lingers at No2 after more than three months in the Top 3.
After five weeks in the lower echelons of the Top 40 on the strength of streams, Lost Frequencies leap twenty-four places from No27 to No3 with 'Are You With Me', now available to download as well as stream. Five years after his chart debut with 'Pass Out' (No6 in 2010), Tinie Tempah has this week's sole new entry at No11 with 'Not Letting Go' (feat. Jess Glynne) - his ninth Irish Top 30 appearance as lead artist. In terms of sales Lost Frequencies and Tinie Tempah are No1 and No2, but they don't have enough streams to catch up with the leaders.
On the day of her Glastonbury Pyramid stage headline slot, Florence + The Machine takes a third week at No1 on the Irish Album Chart with 'How Big, How Blue, How Beautiful'. With an unusual dearth of new entries in the Top 30, this week's top-placed newcomer is Wolf Alice at No37 with their debut 'My Love Is Cool'. Also new this week is Everything Everything at No45 with their third album 'Get To Heaven', just below the No37 debut and peak for their previous release 'Arc' in 2013. The third and final new entry in this week's Top 50 is at No48 for Atlanta soul singer Leon Bridges with his debut 'Coming Home'.