Adele’s Easy On Me glides into second week as Ireland’s Number 1 single

Plus Swedish House Mafia and The Weeknd score this week's highest new entry.

Adele’s Easy On Me claims a second week at Number 1 on this week’s Official Irish Singles Chart.

The ballad comfortably holds the top spot, outperforming its closest competition, Elton John & Dua Lipa’s Cold Heart (Pnau Remix), by 3,400 chart sales.

Much of this week’s Top 10 remains unchanged, with the exception of viral smash Meet Me At Our Spot by The Anxiety, aka Willow and Tyler Cole, which lifts four places to Number 9. The climb earns both artists their first Irish Top 10 – Willow’s previous peak was 11 with her debut single Whip My Hair in 2010.

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This week’s highest new entry comes from Swedish House Mafia and The Weeknd – Moth To A Flame opens at Number 13 and is the Swedish dance outfit’s first chart entry in nine years, since 2012’s Don’t You Worry Child peaked at Number 2.  

Further down, there are lots of big climbers on in this week’s Top 50, including Where Are You Now by Lost Frequencies & Calum Scott, up five places to 18, Mimi Webb’s 24/5 rises eight spots to 22, and Justin Bieber’s Ghost leaps ten rungs to 23.

Finally, three tracks make their Top 50 debut this week: Neiked, Mae Muller & Polo G’s Better Days enters at 25, Ghost Town by Katy Perry-endorsed TikTok star Benson Boone opens at 37, and Digga D’s Squid Game-inspired Red Light, Green Light debuts at 43.

View this week's Official Irish Singles Chart Top 50


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