Olivia Rodrigo’s SOUR holds at Number 1 in Ireland, The Divine Comedy takes highest new entry
Olivia Rodrigo makes it 16 weeks at Number 1 on the Official Irish Albums Chart with SOUR.
SOUR’s success holds off competition from Ed Sheeran’s Equals, which is up one place to Number 2, and Adele’s 30 climbs two to Number 4.
This week’s highest new entry comes from The Divine Comedy with Best Of collection Charmed Life at Number 5, the best-selling album of the week on physical and digital download, and now Neil Hannon’s tenth Top 50 album.
Straight in at Number 7 is Mitski’s sixth album Laurel Hell, the US indie-rock act’s first Top 50 collection.
Further down, Black Country, New Road debut at 18 with Ants From Up There, while Dave flies 13 with We’re All Alone In This Together following his show-closing performance at the BRITs on Tuesday.
Tommy Fleming is straight in at Number 23 with All These Years, a three-disc collection featuring old and new songs from across the last 30 years of his career. Labrinth’s Euphoria OST continues to climb, rising 15 spots to Number 28.
Finally, Red Hot Chili Peppers’ Greatest Hits (39) flies back into the Top 50 following the release of their new single Black Summer.