Bloc Party top NME Chart

‘The Prayer’ holds The Long Blondes off the top

Bloc Party top NME Chart
Bloc Party have topped the NME Chart tonight (January 14) for a second week with ’The Prayer’.

The track has kept The Long Blondes off the top spot - they're are at Number Two with ’Giddy Stratospheres’.

The three new entries on the chart are Biffy Clyro with ’Semi Mental’at Number Eight, The Enemy with ’It’s Not OK To Be A Slave’ at Number Nine and The Gossip with ’Jealous Girls’ at Number Ten.

Will Bloc Party be able to hold onto the top spot for a third week when CSS come back with ’Off The Hook’ or will Enter Shikari gone pole position with ’Anything Can Happen In The Next Half Hour’?

Go to NME.COM/chart and vote now.

The Top Ten is:

1. Bloc Party - ‘The Prayer’
2. The Long Blondes - ‘Giddy Stratospheres’
3. The View - ‘Same Jeans’
4. Klaxons - ‘Golden Skans’
5. Jack Penate - ‘Second Minute Or Hour’
6. The Automatic - ‘Raoul’
7. Fall Out Boy - ‘This Ain’t A Scene, It’s An Arms Race’
8. Biffy Clyro - ‘Semi Mental’
9. The Enemy - ‘It’s Not OK To Be A Slave’
10. The Gossip - ‘Jealous Girls’

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