Sam Smith Reclaims No 1 Spot In Albums Chart
Whilst Mark Ronson and Bruno Mars reign at the top of the singles chart for a fourth week…
Sam Smith has climbed to No 1 in the Official UK Albums Chart for a fifth non-consecutive week.
The soulful hitmaker’s debut album, In The Lonely Hour, rose two places from No 3 to No 1 to earn its fifth week at the top since its release last May.
Ed Sheeran remains at No 2 with X, whilst last week’s chart-topper, George Ezra’s Wanted On Voyage falls to No 3.
Taylor Swift’s 1989 is another non-mover at No 4 this week, as Olly Murs climbs one place to No 5 with Never Been Better.
Philip George stays at No 2 with Wish You Were Mine, while Ed Sheeran stays at No 3 with Thinking Out Loud.
Olly Murs and Demi Lovato climb two places with Up, as Hozier leaps five places to round off the top 5 with Take Me To Church.
The Official UK Top 10 Singles…
1 (1) Mark Ronson - Uptown Funk (ft. Bruno Mars)
2 (2) Philip George - Wish You Were Mine
3 (3) Ed Sheehan - Thinking Out Loud
4 (6) Olly Murs - Up (ft. Demi Lovato)
5 (10) Hozier - Take Me To Church
6 (5) Taylor Swift - Blank Space
7 (-) Tchami - Promesses (ft. Kaleem Taylor)
8 (4) Ben Haenow - Something I Need
9 (9) Alesso - Heroes (We Could Be) (ft. Tove Lo)
10 (7) Meghan Trainor - All About That Bass