It's Adele's world and we're merely living in it this week, as the megastar next door dominates the Official Albums Chart following her powerful headlining set at this year's Glastonbury Festival.
Third album 25 vaults 13 places to reclaim the Number 1 spot thanks to a post-festival sales surge of 231% versus last week. Also buoyed by its long-awaited release on streaming services last Friday (24 June), the record logs a 13th week at the top today. Check out the album's full, week-by-week run on the Official Chart.
Adele's back catalogue is also enjoying a resurgence, with sophomore effort 21 zooming 57 notches to land at 10, while her debut 19 rockets 163 places to Number 12, back in the Top 40 after a six-month break.
It's not only Adele who's basking in the Glastonbury effect. Coldplay, who headlined on the closing night, also enjoy a 28% uplift week on week, going back up 3 places to Number 2 with latest release A Head Full Of Dreams, while ELO, who took Sunday afternoon's 'Legends' slot, are up 4 to Number 3 with greatest hits All Over The World, which passed the million-sales mark this week.
Friday's headliners Muse see their latest record Drones zoom 163 places to Number 16, The 1975's I Like It When You Sleep... leaps 22 places to 23 and Foals' What Went Down is up 140 spots to 28.
Tame Impala's Currents rebounds 96 spots to 32, while Last Of The Shadow Puppets bounce back into the Top 40 with Everything You've Come To Expect at 35.
Elsewhere in the Top 5, Rick Astley’s 50 drops a place to Number 4, and in the week she kicks off the UK leg of her Formation World Tour, Beyoncé’s Lemonade bubbles back up five places.
New entries and high climbers
This week's highest new entry comes from Neil Young & Promise Of The Real, who debut at 14 with Earth and DJ Shadow's fifth album The Mountain Will Fall is new at 19.
Following her UK live shows to support the album, Rihanna's Anti leaps 15 places to 21, and Twenty One Pilots' Blurryface is back up nine places to 24. Gregory Porter's Take Me To The Alley is also up nine places to 26 and Skepta's Konnichiwa just sneaks back into the Top 40 – back up four slots to Number 40.
Take a look back at every Official Albums Chart Number 1 in our gallery: