Klaxons top the NME chart

They knock Bloc Party off the top spot

Klaxons top the NME chart
Klaxons have topped the NME chart tonight (January 21) with ’Golden Skans’.

The trio take the top spot from Bloc Party, whose ’The Prayer’ slips to Number Two.

The sole new entry on the chart comes from The Shins, who enter at Number Six with ’Phantom Limb’. Jamie T re- enters the chart at Number Nine with ’Calm Down Dearest’.

Will Klaxons be able to hold on to the top spot when Kaiser Chiefs return with ’Ruby’? Click on NME.COM/chart to vote.

The NME Chart is:

1. Klaxons- ‘Golden Skans’
2. Bloc Party- ‘The Prayer’
3. Biffy Cyclo- ‘Semi Mental’
4. The View- ‘Same Jeans’
5. The Long Blondes- ‘Giddy Stratospheres’
6. The Shins- ‘Phantom Limb’
7. The Enemy- ‘It’s Not Ok To Be A Slave’
8. The Gossip- ‘Jealous Girls’
9. Jamie T- ‘Calm Down Dearest’
10. The Automatic- ‘Raoul’

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