While it looks like guitar virtuoso Joe Bonamassa will knock Keane from the top of the pile
The Enemy look set to debut at Number Four on the Official UK Album Chart on Sunday (May 27) with their third album ‘Streets In The Sky’.
The band’s new album, which has been produced by The Bronx‘s Joby Ford, is currently set to enter below Adele‘s ’21’, which is set to be Number Three and Emeli Sande’s ‘Our Version Of Events’, which is set to take the Number Five spot.
This week’s Number One is set to be guitar maestro Joe Bonamassa, with his new album ‘Driving Towards The Daylight’, which is currently just ahead of John Mayer’s new effort ‘Born And Raised’, which is currently on to debut at Number Two, reports the Official Charts Company.
The Bee Gees’ ‘Number Ones’ is set to re-enter the Top 10 at Number Six as people remember Robin Gibb, who died on Sunday (May 20), with Keane, Fun, Paul Buchanan and Tom Jones set to make up the rest of the Top 10.
Further down, The Temper Trap look set to enter at Number 14 with their new self-titled album, with The Cult set to debut at Number 12 with ‘Choice Of Weapon’ and Saint Etienne at Number 19 with ‘Words And Music By Saint Etienne’.
In the singles chart, boyband The Wanted look odds on to take the Number One spot with their new single ‘Chasing The Sun’, which is co-written by rapper Example. They are currently outselling Fun’s duet with Janelle Monae ‘We Are Young’, which is set to be Number Two and Carly Rae Jepsen’s ‘Call Me Maybe’, which is set to be Number Three.
Last week’s Number One, Rita Ora’s ‘RIP’ is set to fall to Number Five, with Alex Clare at Number Four. Paloma Faith, Gotye, Train, Jennifer Lopez and Rihanna are set to make up the rest of the Top 10.
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