YUNGBLUD's self-titled LP and Eliza Rose and Interplanetary Criminal's B.O.T.A. (Baddest Of Them All) top the Official Albums and Singles Charts

The Doncaster rocker secures his second chart-topping LP, while DJ Eliza Rose has the UK's Number 1 single for a second week running.

As the nation mourns the passing of Queen Elizabeth II, today’s chart represents a historic moment being the first ever UK Official Chart published under a King, Charles III.

The Official Singles chart was born in November 1952, the same year that the late Queen Elizabeth II came to the throne, meaning Her Majesty’s incredible 70-year reign has spanned the full lifetime of the Official Chart so far.

YUNGBLUD achieves his second UK Number 1 album this week with self-titled third studio record.

The Doncaster-born alt-rock artist, real name Dominic Richard Harrison, has previously enjoyed two Top 10 albums, with 2019 debut The Underrated Youth (6) and 2020 LP Weird! (1).

American thrash metal group Megadeth, comprising Dave Mustaine, James LoMenzo, Kiko Loureiro and Dirk Verbeuren, attain a career best, as their sixteenth studio album The Sick, The Dying…And The Dead! enters at Number 3. The LP becomes Megadeth’s first Top 10 release in 28 years, their last being 1994’s Youthanasia (6), while also providing the band their twelfth Top 40 album across a 40-year career.

An emotional performance dedicated to his late wife on last weekend’s The Voice sees Tom Jones’s former Number 1 album Surrounded By Time return to the Top 20 (13). The LP saw Sir Tom secure Official Chart Record Breaker status upon its release in April 2021, when he became the oldest male ever to have achieved a Number 1 on the Official Albums Chart.

As he marks his return with new single Forget Me, Lewis Capaldi sees his Number 1 2019 debut LP Divinely Uninspired To A Hellish Extent rise 15 places (17).

Foo Fighters’ Greatest Hits rises 44 places back into the Top 20 this week following the group’s Taylor Hawkins Tribute Concert at London’s Wembley Stadium last weekend (18). The event saw frontman Dave Grohl and co. honour their late bandmate, who died earlier this year aged 50. The compilation peaked at Number 4 upon its original release in 2004.

Keane frontman Tom Chaplin achieves his third solo Top 40 album with Midpoint this week (19). Tom previously saw success with 2016 release The Wave (3) and 2017’s Twelve Tales of Christmas (21). Across his entire career, encompassing Keane, Tom now has nine Top 10 albums to his name.

Following the recent announcement of her upcoming album Midnights, Taylor Swift’s 2020 Number 1 record folklore rises nine places this week (27).

Former Genesis guitarist Steve Hackett debuts at Number 28 with his Genesis Revisited Live: Seconds Out & More; the LP becoming the 72-year-old’s thirteenth solo UK Top 40 album.

Finally, Scottish singer-songwriter Nina Nesbitt lands a third Top 40 record with Älskar (34).

See this week's Official Albums Chart Top 100 here from 5.45pm.

Eliza Rose and Interplanetary Criminal are Number 1 on the Official Singles Chart for a second week with B.O.T.A. (Baddest Of Them All), once again the most-streamed song in the country.

Rising fast behind are David Guetta and Bebe Rexha with I’m Good (Blue), which jumps five to a new peak of Number 2. Interpolating Eiffel 65’s 1998 Number 1 single Blue (Da Ba Dee), I’m Good is the biggest-selling digital download in the UK this week.

OneRepublic continue their steady ascent to another new peak today, with Top Gun: Maverick anthem I Ain’t Worried up one to Number 3. It becomes the highest-peaking single in the UK for Ryan Tedder and co. since 2014’s Love Runs Out (3).

Back in the Top 10 this week is Harry Styles’ Late Night Talking (5) - the biggest single of the week on physical formats - as excitement for his upcoming film release Don’t Worry Darling reaches fever pitch, and Nicki Minaj’s Super Freaky Girl (6) following the release of its music video.

Two of the biggest rising dance hits on the chart right now continue to climb; James Hype and Miggy Dela Rosa’s Ferrari (7) is up one, as is Big City Life by Australian DJ Luude and Mattafix (9).

Outside the Top 10, US R&B artist and former The Internet guitarist Steve Lacy rebounds three to Number 12 with Bad Habit, and Chris Brown’s Under The Influence rises seven to Number 14.

Tom Odell’s Another Love previously peaked at Number 10 in 2013, and now thanks to a viral performance by a busker in Leicester Square it soars 36 places to Number 20.

Armenian Eurovision finalist Rosa Linn hits another new peak today with Snap (21), Arctic Monkeys vault 12 places with comeback track There’d Better Be A Mirrorball (26), and Swedish rock band Ghost’s Mary on a Cross is up five (28).

The 1975 score this week’s highest new entry, as I’m In Love With You debuts at Number 29, their first Top 40 single in two years.

There are further new peaks for Fred again.. and Swedish House Mafia’s Turn On The Lights Again (30), Afrobeats hitmaker Oxlade and his rising hit Ku Lo Sa – A Colors Show (32) and Harry Styles’ latest Harry’s House track Matilda (37).       

Lizzo’s latest single 2 Be Loved (Am I Ready) enters the Top 40 for the first time today. Produced by Max Martin, the track rises to Number 38, giving Lizzo her fourth Top 40 single. Finally, UK rappers Bugzy Malone & Mist rise six places into the Top 40 with Energy, finishing the week at Number 39.

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