Bastille continue their record-breaking reign with a seventh week at the top of the Official Streaming Chart.
Bastille’s Pompeii remains at Number 1 on the Official Streaming Chart for a record-breaking seventh week. The single overtook Maroon 5’s Payphone last week as the longest running chart-topper in the Official Streaming Chart’s history.
Launched in May of last year, the Official Streaming Chart is the first chart which ranks audio streams from both ad-funded and subscription streaming services in the UK, to reflect the growing interest in this new generation of music services.
The Official Streaming Chart Top 5 is completed by Imagine Dragons’ Radioactive (jumping up from Number 7 to Number 2), with Justin Timberlake’s Mirrors (3), Pink FT Nate Ruess’ Just Give Me A Reason (4) and Macklemore’s Thrift Shop at 5.
New entries, re-entries and high climbers
Rudimental FT Ella Eyre’s Official Singles Chart-topping Waiting All Night is this week’s highest new entry on the streaming chart at Number 26.
There are 11 new entries on this week’s chart, with Daft Punk’s Get Lucky (28), Michael Buble’s It’s A Beautiful Day (29), Will.i.am FT Justin Bieber’s That Power (34), PSY’s Gentleman (42), Chris Brown’s Fine China (51), Nina Nesbitt’s Stay Out (78), Charlie Brown’s On My Way (88), Paramore’s Fast In My Car (95), Sacrilege by Yeah Yeah Yeahs at 96, and Imagine Dragons creep in at 100 with their sixth entry on the Official Streaming Chart with Hear Me.
There are four re-entries this week, the highest of which being Jakwob FT Maiday’s Fade at 66, Emeli Sande’s Read All About It Pt.3 (81), Rudimental’s Not Giving In (82) and M83’s Midnight City at 97.
There are three high climbers that have leapt over 50 places, with Paramore’s Still Into You (83–32) and London duo AlunaGeorge’s Attracting Flies (92-41) both climbing 51 places and Iggy Azealea’s Work (77-27) climbing 50.