Coldplay and BTS score highest new Official Irish Singles Chart entry with My Universe

Ed Sheeran's Shivers wraps up warm at Number 1 for a third straight week.

Coldplay and BTS’ intergalactic collaboration My Universe rockets into the Official Irish Singles Chart as this week’s highest new entry.

The highly-anticipated team-up between the British rock group and Korean boyband orbits Number 15, becoming Coldplay’s highest-charting single in Ireland for four years, since 2017’s Number 3-peaking Something Just Like This with The Chainsmokers. For BTS, My Universe marks their ninth Top 50 hit on the Official Irish Singles Chart.

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Ed Sheeran’s latest smash Shivers rules at Number 1 for a third week, while Elton John & Dua Lipa crack the Top 10 for the first time with Cold Heart (Pnau Remix), up six places to Number 5.

Doja Cat’s Woman returns to its previous peak position of 12, Love Tonight by Australian producer duo Shouse is the week’s highest climber, rising 11 positions to a new personal best of 14, and My Heart Goes (La Di Da) by British artist Becky Hill and German DJ Topic vaults six spots to 17.

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Further down the Top 50, new entries this week include: Belgian producer Lost Frequencies and English singer Calum Scott with Where Are You Now (43); Tell Me Something Good by Scottish DJ Ewan McVicar (47); and the latest track from Californian musician Tai Verdes titled A-O-K (48).

See the full Official Irish Singles Chart Top 50

Listen to The Official Chart with Bláthnaid Treacy at 7pm every Friday on RTÉ 2FM.