Midweek chart update: All Time Low on course for first ever Number One

New entries also come from Drenge, Brian Wilson, Nadine Shah and Young Fathers

All Time Low are Number One in the Official UK Album Chart at today’s midweek stage with new album ‘Future Hearts’.

The album was released on Monday (April 6) and could become the US pop-punk band’s first Number One in the UK. Official Chart Company data reveals that the album is Number One at today’s midweek stage and 4,500 combined chart sales ahead of their competitor, James Bay’s ‘Chaos And The Calm’.

Other new entries so far this week come from Drenge (pictured right) who enter the chart at Number Ten with their new album ‘Undertow’.


Other new entries in this week’s Official Album Chart at today’s midweek stage include Brian Wilson (19), Nadine Shah (30), Young Fathers (32), East India Youth (37) and Turbo Wolf (39).

Meanwhile, in the Official UK Singles Chart, Stevie McCrorie (the winner of The Voice 2015) is on course for the top spot with debut single ‘Lost Stars’.

If it holds on to its position, ‘Lost Stars’ will mark the first ever chart topping single from a winner of the BBC reality show. Proceeds of the single go towards the BBC’s Performing Arts Fund.

The full chart rundown is announced on BBC Radio 1 this Sunday (April 12).


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