Dave reclaims Number 1 on Official Albums Chart with We're All Alone In This Together

Plus new albums from Will Young, Barbra Streisand and Fredo make big entries in this week's chart.

Dave reclaims the Number 1 spot on the Official Albums Chart with his new album We’re All Alone In This Together.

The Brixton-born artist rebounds 2 to 1 on this week’s chart, pushing last week’s leader, Happier Than Ever by Billie Eilish, down to second place.


Dave with his Official Number 1 Album Award [credit: Dave/@santandave1

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This week’s highest new entry goes to Will Young, who enters at Number 3 with Crying On The Bathroom Floor, his eighth consecutive Top 3 studio album. Olivia Rodrigo’s Sour drops to its lowest placing yet at Number 4, but remains the UK’s most-streamed album of the week.

Meanwhile, Barbra Streisand’s latest compilation album Release Me 2 enters at 5, marking the superstar’s 15th Top 10 album in the UK.

A 50th anniversary edition of George Harrison’s chart-topping solo album All Things Must Pass opens at 6 (and is this week’s best-selling vinyl record), and a remastering Brian May’s 1992 solo debut Back To The Light enters at 7, outperforming its original Number 19 peak.

Fredo’s Independence Day lands at Number 9, becoming the West London rapper’s fourth Top 10 collection, and further down, US rapper Nas claims his third UK Top 20 album album King’s Disease II at 20.

View this week's Top 100 Official Albums Chart in full