Wild Youth’s debut EP The Last Goodbye makes Top 5 debut on the Official Irish Albums Chart

Bring Me The Horizon, Backstreet Boys and Rudimental enter the Top 50 this week with their latest albums.

Irish pop-rock quartet Wild Youth have claimed the highest new entry on this week’s Official Irish Albums Chart.

Callum, Conor, David and Ed’s debut release The Last Goodbye - a five-track EP that qualifies for the albums chart – enters at Number 5. The group promoted the EP with some live shows and a performance on RTÉ’s The Late Late Show.

Number 1 for a 21st non-consecutive week is The Greatest Showman's Motion Picture Cast Recording.

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More good news for Irish acts, this time for Tommy Fleming. His latest album Voice of Hope II reaches a new peak, cracking the Top 10 for the first time following its release last October. The musician is currently touring across Ireland, hitting Belfast tonight (Feb. 1) with a further 11 shows across February and March.

Bring Me The Horizon claim their second Top 20 album at 15 with amo, while more new entries follow from Backstreet Boys with DNA (25) and Rudimental with Toast To Our Differences (31).

Finally, Bruce Springsteen’s live album Springsteen On Broadway returns to the Top 50 at Number 40 after being released on vinyl.

View this week's Top 50 Irish Albums Chart in full

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