Lewis Capaldi is Number 1 on the Official Irish Singles Chart for a third week.
Someone You Loved is taken from Lewis’ upcoming debut album Divinely Uninspired To A Hellish Extent and this week stormed to the top with a margin of 1000 combined sales. Jonas Brothers are in the runner-up slot for a second consecutive week with Sucker, while Mabel advances two to Number 4 with Don’t Call Me Up, a new career high for the Londoner.
Hozier’s latest single Almost (Sweet Music) is on the cusp of becoming his fifth Top 10 hit at Number 11, ahead of Wish You Were Gay by Billie Eilish, this week’s highest climber of 22 places to Number 13.
Streatham by Dave matches his highest chart position to date (set by October 2018 release Funky Friday) at 21, while fellow Psychodrama album tracks Disaster featuring J Hus lands at 23 and Location with Burna Boy opens at 40.
Juice WLRD logs a pair of new entries with Fast (33) and Hear Me Calling (46), while more fresh faces appear in the Top 50; Khalid and My Bad (31), Sigrid with Don’t Feel Like Crying (32) and Marshmello & CHVRCHES’ Here With Me (36).
Finally, Gerry Cinnamon carves out his first Official Irish Singles Top 50 placing as Belter closes out the chart at Number 50.