Lewis Capaldi keeps Irish Albums Chart Number 1, Green Day claim highest new entry with Father Of All...

Plus US drill rapper Pop Smoke makes his Irish Chart debut.

Lewis Capaldi holds on to the top spot on the Official Irish Albums Chart, while Green Day’s brand-new album claims this week’s highest new entry.

The Scottish singer-songwriter’s debut album Divinely Uninspired To A Hellish Extent notches up an 11th non-consecutive week at the summit, while Green Day’s 13th studio record, Father Of All…, lands at Number 4. The US punk-rock trio’s last album, Revolution Radio, topped the chart in 2016.

Elsewhere in this week’s albums Top 50, Dermot Kennedy has two entries, Without You (2) and Dermot Kennedy (11), and Rod Stewart’s new orchestral collection You’re In My Heart rebounds back into the chart at Number 24 following its release on vinyl.

Further down, there’s a new entry from New York drill rapper Pop Smoke, who debuts at Number 46 with Meet The Woo Vol. 2, a mixtape that is quickly earning him recognition from UK drill heavyweights. 

View this week's Official Irish Albums Chart Top 50 in full

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