The Enemy score Number One album

Arctic Monkeys and My Chemical Romance also enjoy chart success

The Enemy have shot to the top of the UK album chart with their debut album ‘We’ll Live And Die In These Towns’.

The Coventry trio are celebrating their first Number One after keeping Interpol off the top with their new album ‘Our Love To Admire’.

The victory rounds off a good week all round for indie acts, with Arctic Monkeys and My Chemical Romance both charting in the Top Ten of the UK singles chart.

The Sheffield four-piece jumped 18 places to Number Five with ‘Fluorescent Adolescent’ while the emo rockers went in at Number Nine with ‘Teenagers’.

Kate Nash also stayed in the Top Five, dropping one place to Three with ‘Foundations’, while Rhianna‘s grip at the top remains firmly in place for the ninth week running with ‘Umbrella’.

Foo Fighters have re-entered the Top 40 after their 2005 single ‘Best Of You’ leapt from 173 to 38 following last weekend’s Live Earth concert.

Elsewhere in the album chart, The Smashing Pumpkins went in at Number Four with ‘Zeitgeist’.

This week’s top ten singles are:

1. Rihanna ft Jay-Z – ‘Umbrella’

2. Fergie – ‘Big Girls Don’t Cry’

3. Kate Nash – ‘Foundations’

4. Timbaland – ‘The Way I Are’

5. Arctic Monkeys – ‘Fluorescent Adolescent’

6. Avril Lavigne – ‘When You’re Gone’

7. Enrique Iglesias – ‘Do You Know’

8. Hoosiers – ‘Worried About Ray’

9. My Chemical Romance – ‘Teenagers’

10. Natasha Bedingfield – ‘Soulmate’