Adele’s ’25’ heading back to number one after Glastonbury set

This week has seen a 176% sales increase

Adele‘s third studio album ’25’ is heading back to the number one spot on the Official Chart Update, following her headlining performance at Glastonbury on Saturday night.

The album was previously at number 13 but has shot up to the top spot, with a 176% sales increase compared to the same period last week. This will be the 13th week ’25’ has been at number one.

Seven months following its initial release, ’25’ was made available to stream on Spotify, with the sales increase due in part to users adding songs to their playlists.


Adele’s 2011 album ’21’ has also seen a surge in the charts, currently sitting at number nine, with debut album ’19’ moving up to number 13.

NME‘s Jordan Bassett wrote of her Glastonbury set: “It’s an extraordinary skill, to create a sense of intimacy at the biggest stage at the biggest festival in the world, but somehow the Tottenham singer pulled it off.

Opening with ‘Hello’, the set included a mixture of songs from her three albums to date (’25’, ’21’ and ’19’) plus her Bond theme ‘Skyfall’.

You can see the full set-list below:

‘Rumour Has It’
‘I’ll Be Waiting’
‘One and Only’
‘Water Under the Bridge’
‘Hometown Glory’
‘Don’t You Remember’
‘Send My Love (To Your New Lover)’
‘River Lea’
‘Rolling in the Deep’
‘Make You Feel My Love’
‘Set Fire to the Rain’
‘When We Were Young’
‘Someone Like You’