Picture This score highest new entry on Official Irish Albums Chart with Life in Colour

Olivia Rodrigo holds at the top, and we see new entries from Kojaque and Saint Sister.

Picture This land this week’s highest new entry on the Official Irish Albums Chart, Life In Colour debuts at Number 2 with the most CD and download sales of the past seven days.

The release marks their incredible fourth consecutive Top 2 album - the group’s For You EP (2016), self-titled debut album (2017) and MDRN LV (2019) all peaked at Number 1.

While four new entries impact this week’s Official Irish Albums Chart Top 5, it is Olivia Rodrigo who reigns supreme for a sixth consecutive week with SOUR.

The 18-year-old’s debut album clinches another week at the helm following the release of her SOUR Prom concert film which saw her perform her Number 1 hits Drivers License and Good 4 U and Top 3 hits Deja Vu and Traitor. SOUR is Ireland’s most streamed album this week.

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Hip hop star Tyler, The Creator earns his highest-charting album to date with Call Me If You Get Lost at 3, which betters the Number 4 peak of his 2019 record Igor. Planet Her, the third studio album from Doja Cat lands at Number 4, and the best-selling album of the week on vinyl is Town’s Dead, the debut album of Dublin rapper Kojaque which enters at 5.

Also in this week’s top flight are Northern Irish duo Saint Sister who scoop their first Top 10 album with their second LP Where I Should End at Number 7.

In response to the #FreeBritney movement surrounding Britney Spears’ conservatorship court battle, the US popstar’s The Singles Collection returns to the Top 50 at 28, and finally American folk artist John Grant scores a new entry at 34 with Boy From Michigan.

See the full Official Irish Albums Chart Top 50


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