The UK Singles Chart has been topped this week with the return of Take That, with their latest release ‘These Days’. Band Aid 30’s latest offering – featuring Paloma Faith, Jessie Ware, Sam Smith and loads more – has surprisingly dropped to second place this week. Third position goes to Olly Murs and his new single ‘All Wrapped Up’.
‘Thinking Out Loud’ from Ed Sheeran remains in the UK top ten at number four. Clean Bandit and Jess Glynne are back with their latest dreamy offering ‘Real Love’, which makes fifth place, having moved down three positions from last week. ‘Steal My Girl’ by One Direction is a non-mover at number six. Meanwhile, Labrinth swoops into seventh place with his newest ballad-type single ‘Jealous’.
Taylor Swift has moved up one place to make eighth position with her catchy single ‘Blank Space’ from the extremely popular album 1989. Following on comes David Guetta (feat. Sam Martin) with ‘Dangerous’ which has moved down four places from last week. Finishing up the UK top ten comes Meghan Trainor with ‘All About That Bass’ who marks her impressive 13th week in the charts!
The UK Album Chart is similarly topped by yet another new entry, this week coming from Olly Murs with Never Been Better. Second position goes to non-mover Ed Sheeran with X, making it his 23rd week in the charts. One Direction have moved down two places with their album Four.
Sam Smith remains in the charts with his widely popular debut In The Lonely Hour at fourth place. Pink Floyd with The Endless River make fifth place, followed on by George Ezra with Wanted on Voyage that has actually jumped up two places this week to sixth.
1989 from Taylor Swift is a non-mover at seventh position. The newest offering from David Guetta enters the album charts at eighth place, with Foo Fighters and their Sonic Highways making the number nine spot. Lastly Bette Midler and her album It’s The Girls finishes up the UK album charts at number ten!
Listen below to the new release from Take That, and your number one for this week: