Bastille’s ‘Give Me The Future’ becomes their third UK No. 1 album

Bastille Give me the future became their third UK No. 1 album, entering number one on the Official Albums Chart today (1). Sam Fender, on the other hand, is among the artists who are experiencing an increase in sales thanks to Tuesday night’s BRIT Awards.

The performance of the first week of Give me the future came with 85% of its tally made via physical sales. The album also had the biggest digital download numbers of the week and topped the official record store charts. It follows the success of Bad bloodwho went to No. 1 in 2013, and 2016 wild world. Bastille’s 2019 album Fatal days peaked at No. 4.

“We are so happy and excited!” the group told OfficialCharts.com. “Ridically grateful to everyone who bought the album and listened to it, and everyone who worked so hard to make this record with us. We’re mega proud to Give me the future and beyond thrilled he’s had such an amazing response so far. I can’t wait to go on tour soon and play these songs in real life for everyone.

The new chart saw Ed Sheeran = (Equal to) climbing 4-2 after his two performances at the BRIT Awards, with a sales jump of 16%. Cambridgeshire rockers’ second studio album, Black Countrym New Road Ants from above entered at No. 3, after peaking at No. 4 last year for their first release For the first time. Adele, BRIT Champion 30 rebounded 5-4, up 11%, while The Divine Comedy’s greatest hits collection Charmed Life – The best of listed at No. 5.

Sam Fender followed his BRIT Awards triumph in the Best Alternative/Rock Act category with a 32-20 rise for his former No. 1 album. seventeen below. This represented a 38% rise in combined sales in the 18th week of the UK record. Her first chart-topping album hypersonic missileswho went straight to the top in September 2019, jumped back 83-60.

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