Brandon Flowers tops NME Chart with 'Crossfire'

Killers man top of the pile while Hurts are Number Two

Brandon Flowers tops NME Chart with 'Crossfire'

Photo: Pieter M Van Hattem/NME

Brandon Flowers is top of the NME Chart today (September 6) with 'Crossfire'.

The Killers man is ahead of Hurts, who have this week's Number Two song with 'Wonderful Life'.

Kanye West is a new entry at Three with 'Power'.

The NME Chart Top Ten this week is:

1. Brandon Flowers – 'Crossfire'
2. Hurts – 'Wonderful Life'
3. Kanye West – 'Power'
4. Mark Ronson And The Business Intl. – 'Bang Bang Bang'
5. Biffy Clyro – 'God And Satan'
6. Eminem – 'Not Afraid'
7. Mumford & Sons – 'The Cave'
8. Nicki Minaj – 'Your Love'
9. The xx – 'Islands'
10. Klaxons - 'Echoes'

See NME.COM/chart for more, including audio previews of each track.

Listen to NME Radio from 7pm (BST) tonight to hear the full run-down. See NME.COM/radio for details of how to listen.

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