Biffy Clyro have labelled The Myth Of The Happily Ever After as a, ‘reaction to A Celebration of Endings’.
Biffy Clyro have topped the UK Record Store Chart with The Myth Of The Happily Ever After.
More new entries immediately follow from Self Esteem, Hamish Hawk, Duran Duran, Every Time I Die and Parquet Courts, while Joy Crookes is one further place back with last week’s number one Skin.
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) Biffy Clyro – The Myth Of The Happily Ever After
2/ (new) Self Esteem – Prioritise Pleasure
3/ (new) Hamish Hawk – Heavy Elevator
4/ (new) Duran Duran – Future Past
5/ (new) Every Time I Die – Radical
6/ (new) Parquet Courts – Sympathy For Life
7/ Joy Crookes – Skin
8/ (new) Lana Del Rey – Blue Banisters
9/ (new) Spiritualized – Let It Come Down
10/ (new) Clinic – Fantasy Island
11/ (new) Mimi Webb – Seven Shades Of Heartbreak
12/ (new) Nick Cave & The Bad Seeds – B-sides & Rarities – Pt II
13/ (new) John Coltrane – A Love Supreme – Live In Seattle
14/ (new) Black Marble – Fast Idol
15/ Sam Fender – Seventeen Going Under
16/ (new) Elton John – The Lockdown Sessions
17/ (new) Dead Or Alive – Fan The Flame Pt 2
18/ (new) Nick Cave & The Bad Seeds – B-sides & Rarities Pt I & II
19/ Sufjan Stevens/De Augustine – A Beginner’s Mind
20/ (new) The Rolling Stones – Tattoo You