Royal Blood's new single Trouble's Coming on course to become their highest-charting song

Plus new singles from Da Beatfreakz, Travis Scott, and Mostack are on course to debut in this week's Official Singles Chart Top 40.

Royal Blood's new single Trouble's Coming is on track to become their first Top 40 hit on the Official Singles Chart this week. 

The Brighton rock duo returned last Friday (Sept. 25) with the track, and it marks a significant change in their sound - they've described it as "disco meets AC/DC". 

Trouble's Coming is currently placed at Number 28 in the latest Official Singles Chart Update. If it holds on it could be their first Top 40 single; the closest they've previously reached is Number 43 with Figure It Out in 2015.

The track serves as the lead single from their upcoming third studio album. Their first two records, 2014's self-titled and 2017's How Did We Get So Dark? both reached Number 1 on the Official Albums Chart. 

MORE: Royal Blood's Official Chart history in full

Meanwhile, four more new releases could finish inside this week's Top 40. South London duo Da Beatfreakz are at Number 22 with 808 ft. Dutchavelli. The track follows Top 40 hits Motorola with Swarmz and Deno (32), and Self-Obsessed with Krept & Konan, D-Block Europe and Deno (26). 

Further down, Travis Scott's new single Franchise ft. Young Thug and MIA starts at Number 27, and Mostack's new party-starter Miss Me ft. AJ Tracey stands at Number 36.

Just outside the Top 40, Machine Gun Kelly's Forget Me Too, taken from his brand-new album Tickets To My Downfall, is currently at 41, while the second offering from Kylie Minogue's new album Disco, Magic, is at 44.

View the full Top 100 Official Singles Chart Update here

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