Pink celebrates fourth Number 1 album with TRUSTFALL

As Inhaler, Those Damn Crows and Orbital enjoy Top 10 debuts

The inimitable Pink celebrates her fourth UK Number 1 album with TRUSTFALL. 

The Pennsylvania-born superstar storms straight to the summit with her ninth studio record, outselling her closest competition more than 2:1. TRUSTFALL reaches the top with over 65% of its total made up of physical sales. 

Previously, Pink enjoyed chart-topping success with Funhouse (2008), Beautiful Trauma (2017) and Hurts 2B Human (2019). Explore Pink’s Official biggest albums in the UK to date here. 

Speaking exclusively to, Pink says: “Thank you everyone so, so, so much. I cannot believe it. I really can’t believe it. I love you guys, I had a great week with you over there in the UK and I really appreciate you. 

“I’m glad that you love this record as much as I do. I can’t believe it, thank you!” 

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This means Pink now ties with Lady Gaga, Rihanna, Ariana Grande, Adele and Beyoncé on the list of female solo artists with the most Number 1 albums in Official Charts history; each with four to their name. See the full list here. 

Pink’s 2010 compilation Greatest Hits…So Far!!! also returns to the Top 40 this week (34). 

Elsewhere in the all-new Top 3, Irish rock outfit Inhaler debut at Number 2 with their second studio album Cuts & Bruises.

The group – comprising Elijah Hewson, Robert Keating, Josh Jenkinson and Ryan McMahon  - previously became the first Irish act to top the Official Albums Chart with their debut record in 13 years with It Won’t Always Be Like This. 

Cuts & Bruises tops the Official Record Store Chart, proving the most-purchased LP in independent record shops this week, and is the week’s most-purchased album on wax as it debuts atop the Official Vinyl Albums Chart. 

WATCH: Pink (and Jameson and Willow) thank UK fans as she reaches Number 1

At Number 3, Welsh rockers Those Damn Crows secure a career-best with Inhale/Exhale. The group, hailing from Bridgend in South Wales, previously enjoyed Top 40 success with 2020’s Number 14-peaking Point of No Return. 

Rounding out this week’s new entries are British electronic duo Orbital. Kent-born brothers Paul and Phil Hartnoll’s tenth studio LP Optical Delusion (6) becomes their fourth Top 10 record to date, and first in 24 years. The record debuts at Number 3 on this week’s Official Record Store Chart. 

Finally, following the announcement of his upcoming biopic, Michael Jackson’s The Essential collection sees a return to the Top 40 this week (20). 

See the full Official Albums Chart Top 100 here from 5.45pm.

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thierry henon


PINK just gave me one of the best birthday this year!! a number 1 album!! So happy for her and so well deserved may i add!! Her single TRUSFALL is sooooo good and just cracked the Top 15!!