March 27, 2013 16:58

Peace on course for Top 20 album success with debut 'In Love'

Plus The Strokes and Depeche Mode are on course for high new entries this weekend

Peace on course for Top 20 album success with debut 'In Love'
Peace are set to score a Top 20 entry in the UK's Official Album Chart this weekend with their debut album 'In Love'.

This week's NME cover stars are currently sitting at Number 14 according to the Official Charts Company midweek update. The Strokes are also on course to hit the top five with their new LP 'Comedown Machine' while electro veterans Depeche Mode are at Number Two with 'Delta Machine'.

In the singles chart, PJ & Duncan's 'Let's Get Ready To Rhumble' continues to shift units with 46,000 sales already clocked up so far this week. Other new high entries include Charlie Brown who is on course for his first ever Top 10 hit with 'On My Way'.

Calvin Harris is set to clock up his eighth Top 40 hit from his latest album, '18 Months', this weekend with 'I Need Your Love' (featuring Ellie Goulding). Check back on NME.COM on Sunday (March 31) to see if Peace break into the Top Ten.

Pick up a copy of this week's NME, which is on newsstands now or available digitally to read the full story behind their debut album.

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