Katy Perry also looks like she's going to take Gotye's spot at the top of the singles chart
Paul Weller looks set to grab the Number One spot this Sunday (March 25) with his new album ‘Sonik Kicks’
The Modfather, with whom you can read a new interview in the new issue of NME, is set to knock last week’s chart topper Military Wives down to Number Two, with David Guetta set to be Number Three, Emeli Sande at Number Four and Adele’s ’21’ at Number Five, reports the Official Charts Company.
Lana Del Rey is presently Number Six with ‘Born To Die’, while The Shins are currently on to be new at Number Eight with ‘Port Of Morrow’. Ed Sheeran, Bruce Springsteen and Coldplay presently make up the rest of the Top 10.
Further down the chart, Miike Snow are on to debut at Number 16 with ‘Happy To You’, while Odd Future are set to land at Number 29 with their new offering ‘The OF Tape Vol.2’.
Labrinth is currently set to complete a Top three comprised entirely of new entries with his track ‘Last Time’, with Gotye presently Number Four and JLS on to be new at Number Five with ‘Proud’.
Nicki Minaj looks set to fall to Number Six with ‘Starships’, while Flo Rida, Emeli Sande and two tracks from David Guetta are set to account for the rest of the Top 10.
There are set to be only two other new entries, with You Me At Six set to take the Number 19 spot with their new rollercoaster theme song ‘The Swarm’, while Angel’s collaboration with Wretch 32 ‘Go In Go Hard’ is set to land at Number 35.
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You can read the interview with Weller in the new issue of NME. It’s on UK newsstands and available digitally now