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The Horrors riding high in the midweek charts with 'Skying'

Southend band currently at Number Three in the UK album chart update

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The Horrors look set for a high new entry in the UK album chart this Sunday (July 17), with their third album 'Skying' currently at Number Three in the BBC Midweek Chart.

The Southend band are currently trailing behind Beyonce’s '4' which is in second place and Adele’s '21', which has returned to the top spot after a few weeks away.

The Horrors are joined as new entries in the Top 10 by Big Time Rush, who are at Number Nine with their debut album 'BTR'.



In the single’s chart, boyband The Wanted are currently in pole position for the Number One spot, with their new single 'Glad You Came'.

The track is at present keeping last week’s chart topper, DJ Fresh's single 'Louder', featuring Sian Evans in second place and Beyonce’s 'Best Thing I Never Had' in third spot, in a Top Ten that is set to be largely unchanged from last week.

Check back at NME.COM on Sunday from 7pm for the Official UK Album and Singles Chart results.
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