The Last Shadow Puppets set for first Number 1 album in eight years

New entries from Lukas Graham and Pet Shop Boys appear on the Official Albums Chart Update.

The Last Shadow Puppets are off to a roaring start in this week's Official Albums Chart Update - they're outselling their nearest chart rivals by nearly 5,000 copies.

Alex Turner and Miles Kane's second collaborative album Everything You've Come to Expect looks to become the duo's second chart topper together, following The Age of the Understatement back in 2008. The collection will also be Alex Turner's seventh UK Number 1 album including his five chart toppers with Arctic Monkeys.

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New Entries and High Climbers

Another 12 new entries debut in today's update, 5 of which are in the Top 10. Right behind The Last Shadow Puppets are Lukas Graham, whose self-titled album enjoys a strong opening at 2. The band's first global release features 7 Years, the longest-reigning Danish Number 1 single in UK chart history.

MORE: Who are Lukas Graham? Here are 7 things about the band behind the smash hit 7 Years

Electronic legends Pet Shop Boys are Number 3 with Super, with fellow new entry Kentucky from Black Stone Cherry sitting at Number 4. Classical royalty Aled Jones' new record One Voice begins at 6 while Japanese metal idol band Babymetal's Metal Resistance is at 7. 

Mogwai's Atomic, Weezer's Weezer (White Album) and Sunset Sons' Very Rarely Say Die all look set for a Top 20 placing, kicking off at 14, 16 and 18 respectively. Scene Delete by UK producer Sasha is just a few places behind at 23.

This week's new entries are rounded out by Explosions in the Sky's The Wilderness (25), The Heavy's Hurt & The Merciless (30) and Moderat's III (39).

Finally, following an appearance on The Graham Norton Show, Raleigh Ritchie's You're A Man Now, Boy re-enters the Top 40 from outside of the Top 200, jumping to Number 37.

Check out this week's Official Top 100 Albums Chart Update in full

Remind yourself of every Official UK Number 1 album this year below:

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