Daft Punk’s ‘Get Lucky’ remains Official UK Number One single for second week

Meanwhile, Rudimental's 'Home' is Number One in the Official UK Album Chart

Daft Punk‘s ‘Get Lucky’ has remained at the top of the Official UK Singles Chart for a second consecutive week.

The track, which features Pharrell Williams and Chic’s Nile Rodgers, sold a staggering 163,000 copies since last Saturday, making it the fastest-selling song of 2013 and the French duo’s biggest hit to date, according to the Official Charts Company.

Former chart-toppers Rudimental is at Number Two with ‘Waiting All Night’, which features Ella Eyre, while Macklemore and Ryan Lewis’ ‘Can’t Hold Us’ has climbed the chart to Number Three. Passenger’s ‘Let Her Go’ is at Number Four and Calvin Harris and Ellie Goulding’s ‘I Need Your Love’ completes this week’s Top 5.


This week’s highest new entry comes courtesy of Disclosure and Eliza Doolittle’s ‘You & Me’, which lands at Number 10. The track is the London duo’s second Top 10 hit after ‘White Noise’ peaked at Number Two earlier this year.

Meanwhile, Michael Molloy, a young Liverpool teenager who tragically lost his life last September following a coach crash on the way home from Bestival festival in the Isle Of Wight has achieved a Top 40 placing. ‘Rise And Fall’, the song written by Molloy and performed by his friend Alex Evens, is at Number 38.

In the Official UK Album Chart, Rudimental have bagged a Number One with their debut record ‘Home’. The east London drum & bass group toppled Michael Buble’s ‘To Be Loved’ from the top spot.

Emeli Sande, who last week made history by beating a chart record held by The Beatles for the most consecutive weeks inside the Top 10, continues her dominance with her debut album ‘Our Version Of Events’ climbing one place to Number Four. Will.i.am’s ‘#Willpower’ is at Number Five.

Elsewhere, Seasick Steve bags a fourth Top 20 album with ‘Hubcap Music’ (14), while Deep Purple see their 19th studio album, titled ‘Now What?’, finish the week at Number 19. Neon Neon narrowly miss out on a Top 40 place with their new album ‘Praxis Makes Perfect’ entering at Number 43.