Lewis Capaldi celebrates four weeks as Irish Number 1 album, Jonas Brothers claim highest new entry

Plus, new entries and climbers from Avicii, Divine Comedy, The Cure, and Mostack.

Jonas Brothers have grabbed the highest new entry on this week’s Official Irish Albums Chart.

Happiness Begins, the trio’s first studio album in ten years, opens at Number 4, earning the siblings their highest charting album in Ireland to date, surpassing the Number 6 peak of their 2009 album Lines, Vines and Trying Times.

At the top of the chart, Lewis Capaldi’s Divinely Uninspired to a Hellish Extent sits comfortably at Number 1 for a fourth week, while Elton John’s Diamonds album reaches a new peak of Number 3, 67 weeks after first charting.

Avicii’s posthumous album Tim is a new entry at Number 6; following their show at RDS Arena, while The Divine Comedy’s Office Politics enters at Number 9, their fourth Top 10 album.

The Cure’s Malahide Castle gig sends their Greatest Hits rocketing 45 places back up the chart to 16, London MC Mostack is new at 18 with Stacko, and Fleetwood Mac’s 1977 classic Rumours shoots 17 slots to 22.

Ahead of their Malahide Castle gigs this weekend, Mumford & Sons’ Delta re-enters at 33; Bon Jovi’s Greatest Hits leaps to 34 as they prepare to rock the RDS Arena; and Metallica also re-enter after playing Slane Castle last week – their self-titled album is at 37.

See the full Official Irish Albums Chart Top 50