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U.K. MIDWEEKS: ISLAND BREEZES
2/27/23

Gorillaz’s Cracker Island (Parlophone) could become the group’s first #1 album in 17 years.

Gorillaz have taken an early lead in this week’s U.K. Official Albums race with Cracker Island (Parlophone). Over on singles, Miley Cyrus remains on top.

Cracker Island could be Gorillaz' second #1 album, and first in 17 years.

Gracie Abrams is set to make her Official Albums Chart debut with Good Riddance (Interscope) currently tracking for #2. Adam Lambert could score his first solo Top 5 with High Drama (Warner Music) at #4 today.

New collaborative project, Obey Robots (consisting of Laura Kidd and Gareth ‘Rat’ Pring), also eye a Top 5 debut with One in a Thousand (My Big Sister Recordings) starting at #5.

Elsewhere in today’s midweek Top 10, The Slow Readers Club’s Knowledge Freedom Power (Velveteen Records) is #7, while Callum Beattie’s Vandals (3Beat) starts at #9.

On the U.K.’s Official Singles midweeks, Cyrus’s “Flowers” (RCA) is currently set for a seventh consecutive week at #1. However, “Boy’s a liar” (Parlophone) by PinkPantheress is less than 3k sales behind, providing strong competition.

The Weeknd’s “Die For You” (Republic/Island) looks set to break into the Top 5 for the first time, thanks to a new remix with Ariana Grande.

P!nk could see “TRUSTFALL” (RCA) secure a new peak this week at #11, while George Ezra’s “Green Green Grass” (Columbia) eyes a return to the Top 10, at #10, thanks to a viral “sped up” mix.

Mae Stephens is on course to break the Top 20 for the first time with “If We Ever Broke Up” (EMI) at #20.