Bastille top UK Record Store Chart with Give Me The Future


It’s Bastille’s fourth studio album.

Bastille are leading the UK Record Store Chart with Give Me The Future.

New entries from The Divine Comedy, Black Country, New Road, Mitski, Billy Bragg, Los Bitchos, Korn, Cate Le Bon and Reds Pinks & Purples are also in the Top 10, while Yard Act are just outside at #11 with The Overload and, after some Brits exposure this week, Little Simz reenters the Top 20 with Sometimes I Might Be Introvert.

A decade ago, The Official Charts Company began compiling the UK Record Store Chart to reflect the boom in vinyl sales which had begun during the previous decade. Its figures are taken from the best selling albums at 100 of Britain’s leading independent music shops.

UK Record Store Chart, Top 20:

1/ (new) Bastille – Give Me The Future
2/ (new) The Divine Comedy – Charmed Life
3/ (new) Black Country, New Road – Ants From Up There
4/ (new) Mitski – Laurel Hell
5/ (new) Billy Bragg – The Million Things That Never Happened
6/ (new) Los Bitchos – Let The Festivities Begin!
7/ Don Broco – Amazing Things
8/ (new) Korn – Requiem
9/ (new) Cate Le Bon – Pompeii
10/ (new) Reds Pinks & Purples – Summer At Land’s End
11/ Yard Act – The Overload
12/ Jamie Webster – Moments
13/ Bonobo – Fragments
14/ Taylor Swift – Reputation
15/ (new) Yeule – Glitch Princess
16/ Little Simz – Sometimes I Might Be Introvert
17/ Bernard Butler – People Move On
18/ (new) Paul McCartney & Wings – Wild Life
19/ (new) Mars Volta – The Bedlam In Goliath
20/ The Wombats – Fix Yourself, Not The World

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