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'So Long, See You Tomorrow' propels band to Number One spot ahead of Maximo Park

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Bombay Bicycle Clubhave topped this week's Official Record Store Chart with their new album 'So Long, See You Tomorrow'.

The album beat off competition from Maximo Park and Broken Bells to land the top spot.

Elsewhere in the Top 10, Bruce Springsteen's 'High Hopes' is at seven and The Family Rain are new at Number 10. There are three further new entries in this week's chart, with Maximo Park, Broken Bells and Seth Lakeman all landing in the Top 10.

Launched as part of Record Store Day, the Official Record Store Chart reflects sales in the UK's independent record shops. The chart is made up of sales of albums from around 100 independent record retailers who participate in Record Store Day UK. The full Top 40 features every week in NME.

Official Record Store Chart (November 24)

1. Bombay Bicycle Club – 'So Long, See You Tomorrow'
2. Maximo Park – 'Too Much Information'
3. Seth Lakeman – 'Word Of Mouth'
4. Broken Bells – 'After The Disco'
5. Mogwai – 'Rave Tapes
6. Warpaint – 'Warpaint'
7. Bruce Springsteen – 'High Hopes'
8. London Grammar - 'If You Wait'
9. You Me At Six – 'Cavalier Youth'
10. The Family Rain – 'Under The Volcano'


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