Singer's new album is one of eight new entries in the UK Top 10
Paloma Faith is set to score her first UK Number One album on Sunday (June 3) with her new record ‘Fall To Grace’.
The singer’s second album is currently outselling Scissor Sisters‘ new effort ‘Magic Hour’, which is presently at Number Three, and Take That’s Gary Barlow’s Commonwealth Band and their ‘Sing’ album, which is currently Number Two, reports the Official Charts Company.
Rumer is set to debut at Number Four with ‘Boys Don’t Cry’, with Russell Watson also new at Number Five with ‘Anthems’ and Sigur Ros set to take the Number Six spot with ‘Valtari’. Ultravox are also on to be new at Number Nine with ‘Brilliant’, as is Melody Gardot with ‘The Absence’ at Number Eight. Emeli Sande and the Bee Gees make up the other spots.
Alt – J and Regina Spektor are both set to debut just outside the Top 10 at Number 13 and 14 respectively, and, most shockingly, Adele’s ’21’ is set to drop outside the Top 10 to Number 12.
In the singles chart, electro act Rudimental are set to debut at Number One with their track ‘Feel The Love’, with Eurovision winner Loreen set to be Number Two with ‘Euphoria’.
Last week’s Number One Fun are set to fall to Number Three, with Lawson and Rihanna in Number Four and Five. Carly Rae Jepsen, Alex Clare, The Wanted, Rita Ora and Train are set to make up the rest of the Top 10.
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