You Me At Six have also scored an impressive number one on the UK’s main chart rundown.
Suckapunch from You Me At Six has topped the UK Record Store Chart, immediately ahead of Shame‘s Drunk Tank Pink.
Sleaford Mods join Shame as big climbers with their own new album Spare Ribs, while there’s a few reentries around, classics such as Talking Heads‘ Speaking In Tongues and David Bowie‘s Station To Station back in the Top 20.
It’s now nine years since The Official Charts Company launched this chart as vinyl sales surged during the last decade, a trend which continued in 2020 as the format grew for the 13th consecutive year. It is compiled from the best selling albums at 100 of Britain’s leading independent music shops.
UK Record Store Chart, Top 20:
1/ (new) You Me At Six – Suckapunch
2/ Shame – Drunk Tank Pink
3/ Sleaford Mods – Spare Ribs
4/ Viagra Boys – Welfare Jazz
5/ (new) King Gizzard & Lizard Wizard – K.G.
6/ (new) Pearl Charles – Magic Mirror
7/ (new) Buck Meek – Two Saviors
8/ (new) Kurt Vile – Speed Sound Lonely
9/ Talking Heads – Speaking In Tongues
10/ (new) Kikagaku Moyo – Live At Levitation
11/ (new) Pom Poko – Cheater
12/ Phoebe Bridgers – Punisher
13/ The Avalanches – We Will Always Love You
14/ David Bowie – Station To Station
15/ (new) Mark Elder & Britten Sinfonia – Donizetti/Il Paria
16/ Dua Lipa – Future Nostalgia
17/ Portishead – Dummy
18/ (new) Cerys Matthews/Hidden Or – We Come From The Sun
19/ Fontaines D.C. – A Hero’s Death
20/ Michael Kiwanuka – Love & Hate