Justin Bieber scores the highest new entry on the Official Irish Albums Chart with Changes

More new entries for Tame Impala, New Hope Club and Ash.

Huge new albums were released this past week by Justin Bieber and Tame Impala, but neither could dislodge Lewis Capaldi from the Official Irish Albums Chart top spot.

The Scottish singer logs a 12th non-consecutive week at Number 1, notching up the most streams this week with Divinely Uninspired To A Hellish Extent.

Canadian superstar Justin Bieber scores the highest new entry and the most downloaded album of the week at Number 2 with his fifth record Changes, while The Slow Rush by Australia’s Tame Impala enters at Number 3 and is this week’s biggest vinyl seller.

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The self-titled debut album by British boyband New Hope Club is new at Number 7, collecting the most CD sales of the week, and just outside the Top 10, Northern Ireland’s Ash impact at 14 with greatest hits collection Teenage Wildlife, their seventh Irish Chart entry.

New York rapper A Boogie Wit Da Hoodie makes his first Top 50 appearance with third studio album Artist 2.0 at Number 24, the 20th anniversary edition of David Gray’s White Ladder, one of Ireland’s best-selling albums of all-time, re-enters at Number 25, and finally, Cuz I Love You from Lizzo re-enters the Top 50 at Number 37.

See the full Official Irish Albums Chart Top 50