Six months after being crowned BBC Sound Of 2015, London trio Years & Years land at No1 on the Irish Album Chart with their debut release 'Communion'.
Ed Sheeran is steady at No2 with 'x', one place ahead of Taylor Swift who dips to No3 after two weeks on top with '1989'. Following their two sold out nights at 3Arena, Fleetwood Mac benefit from a surge in album sales, with four in this week's Top 40: 'The Very Best Of' at No11, 'The Dance' at No20, 'Greatest Hits' at No33 and 'Rumours' at No37. The only other brand new entry in this week's chart is at No55 for L.A. siblings R5 with 'Sometime Last Night', the follow-up to their debut 'Louder' which reached No59 last year.
Lost Frequencies takes a second week at No1 on the Singles Chart with 'Are You With Me', despite strong competition from two challengers. Avicii leaps fifteen places from No17 to No2 with 'Waiting For Love' - available to stream for several weeks, but only now available to purchase. Just behind at No3 Little Mix make a fifth appearance in the Top 10 with 'Black Magic', the first track from their forthcoming third album 'Get Weird'. Sam Feldt claims this week's second new entry with 'Show Me Love' (feat. Kimberly Anne) at No24, a remake of the Robin S classic which reached No29 in 1993.