Flo Charts


Florence + The Machine score their second Irish No1 this week with their third studio release 'How Big, How Blue, How Beautiful'. Their 2007 debut 'Lungs' peaked at No2 while 2011's 'Ceremonials' went straight to the top of the Chart.

Nathan Carter and Taylor Swift both drop a place to make room for the new arrival - 'Beautiful Life' down to No2 and '1989' down to No3. With a further four new releases in this week's Top 30 Jamie xx takes the highest of these with his first solo album 'In Colour' landing at No5. Apart from with The xx, his only previous album release 'We're New Here', recorded with Gil Scott-Heron, peaked at No42 in 2011. Derry's Soak releases her debut album this week 'Before We Forgot How To Dream' and is awarded a Top 20 placing at No19 while another debut comes in at No27 for Amazing Apples' 'A Little Sense'. Jason Derulo takes the fifth new entry at No30 with his latest studio album 'Everything is 4' - a bit of a dip for him as his previous three albums all debuted inside the Top 20 with 2010's 'Jason Derulo' faring best at No10. Outside the Top 30 there are also some notable new releases as Simply Red take their eleventh studio album 'Big Love' into the chart at No34 - thirty years after their debut release 'Picture Book', while  Collabro's second album 'Act Two' enters at No36.

Omi takes another week at the top of this week's Singles Chart as 'Cheerleader' takes a fifth week at No1. Major Lazer's climb up the chart continues as he takes 'Lean On' to new heights at No2, up from No3, while Wiz Khalifa & Charlie Puth drop a place to complete the Top 3 with 'See You Again'.

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