Billie Eilish makes it three weeks at Number 1 on the Official Irish Albums Chart, Walking On Cars claim highest new entry

New entries this week come from Fontaines D.C., BTS, Glen Hansard and All Tvvins.

Billie Eilish is Number 1 on the Official Irish Albums Chart for a third week.

When We All Fall Asleep, Where Do We Go? finishes 172 sales ahead of Irish rock group Walking On Cars who claim this week’s highest new entry at Number 2 with their second album Colours. Billie Eilish scored the most streams this week while Walking On Cars picked up the most CD sales and digital downloads.

Irish post-punk collective Fontaines D.C. land at Number 4 with their debut album Dogrel, while Korean boyband BTS take out their highest chart placing to date at Number 6 with their new EP Map of the Soul: Persona.

Shawn Mendes’ self-titled album lifts 19 slots to 16 following his show at Dublin’s 3Arena, while The Chemical Brothers earn their seventh Top 50 album with No Geography at 21. Two more Irish acts impact the Official Irish Albums Chart as Glen Hansard’s fourth solo album This Wild Willing bows at 23, and All Tvvins second record Just To Exist places at 27.

YouTubers KSI & Randolph pop up at Number 29 with New Age, ahead of Jessie Buckley’s Wild Roses – OST at Number 32, songs from the movie of the same name about a Scottish mother-of-two who chases her dream as a country singer in Nashville.

Finally, Record Store Day exclusive Blood on the Tracks from Bob Dylan debuts at Number 38, Anderson Paak is at Number 42 with Ventura, and pop supergroup LSD enter at Number 45 with Labrinth, Sia & Diplo Present LSD.

See the full Official Irish Albums Chart Top 50