Public Service Broadcasting lead The Lathums on UK Record Store Chart

Public Service Broadcasting by Alex Lake

Public Service Broadcasting by Alex Lake

Public Service Broadcasting set their sights on Berlin for their fourth studio record.

Public Service Broadcasting have debuted at number one on the UK Record Store Chart with Bright Magic.

The Lathums – who have topped the UK’s main chart with How Beautiful Life Can Be – are the next in line on a Top 20 dominated by new entries, more coming from the likes of Pixies, Natalie Imbruglia, Do Nothing and The Joy Formidable.

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) Public Service Broadcasting – Bright Magic
2/ (new) The Lathums – How Beautiful Life Can Be
3/ (new) Nao – And Then Life Was Beautiful
4/ (new) Angels & Airwaves – Lifeforms
5/ (new) Tom Speight – Everything’s Waiting For You
6/ (new) Pixies – Trompe Le Monde
7/ (new) Black Sabbath – Sabbath Bloody Sabbath
8/ (new) Ulrich Schnauss/Mark Peters – Destiny Waiving
9/ (new) Natalie Imbruglia – Firebird
10/ Little Simz – Sometimes I Might Be Introvert
11/ (new) DJ Shadow – Endtroducing
12/ (new) Do Nothing – The EPs
13/ (new) Bess Atwell – Already Always
14/ (new) Badflower – This Is How The World Ends
15/ (new) Trashcan Sinatras – I’ve Seen Everything
16/ (new) The Joy Formidable – Into The Blue
17/ Low – Hey What
18/ Tion Wayne – Green With Envy
19/ Arlo Parks – Collapsed In Sunbeams
20/ (new) Flying Lotus – Yasuke

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