Bastille land at number one with ‘Bad Blood’


Bastille have claimed this week’s UK number one album with their debut effort ‘Bad Blood‘.

The band, led principally by Dan Smith, have built up a large following in the UK during the past year, and narrowly missed out on topping the Singles Chart last week, but have now gone one better thanks to ‘Bad Blood’, which keeps Emeli Sande off the summit.

Elsewhere, new LPs from the Stereophonics and Dido are at #3 and #5 respectively, while Mumford & Sons remain in the Top 10 with ‘Babel‘.

UK Album Chart, Top 20:

1/ Bastille – ‘Bad Blood’
2/ Emeli Sande – ‘Our Version Of Events’
3/ Stereophonics – ‘Graffiti On The Train’
4/ Bruno Mars – ‘Unorthodox Jukebox’
5/ Dido – ‘Girl Who Got Away’
6/ Les Miserables OST
7/ Olly Murs – ‘Right Place Right Time’
8/ Mumford & Sons – ‘Babel’
9/ Laura Mvula – ‘Sing To The Moon’
10/ Pink – ‘The Truth About Love’
11/ Josh Groban – ‘All That Echoes’
12/ Jake Bugg – ‘Jake Bugg’
13/ Michael Ball – ‘Both Sides Now’
14/ Ben Howard – ‘Every Kingdom’
15/ Ellie Goulding – ‘Halcyon’
16/ Paloma Faith – ‘Fall To Grace’
17/ Calvin Harris – ’18 Months’
18/ Rihanna – ‘Unapologetic’
19/ Fleetwood Mac – ‘Rumours’
20/ One Direction – ‘Take Me Home’

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