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U.K. MIDWEEKS: LATHUMS SET FOR #1
3/6/23

The Lathums are heading for their second U.K. Official Albums #1 with From Nothing to a Little Bit More (Island). Over on singles, PinkPantheress is challenging Miley for the top spot.

Slowthai is set for his third Top 10 with UGLY (Method) at #2, while Mimi Webb’s debut, Amelia (RCA), looks set to land at #3.

A re-issue of De La Soul’s 1989 debut, 3 Feet High and Rising (Chrysalis), could earn the album a new peak at #5.

Folk act Tide Lines are at #6 with the self-released An Ocean Full of Islands. The late Eva Cassidy’s estate has teamed up with the London Symphony Orchestra and Australian-British composer Christopher Willis for I Can Only Be Me (Blix Street), which is new at #7 today.

This week’s Top 10 could be rounded out by Genesis, whose BBC Broadcasts live album (UMR/EMI) is set to become their 21st to chart inside the Top 10, at #9.

On the U.K.’s Official Singles midweeks, PinkPantheress’ “Boy’s a Liar” (Parlophone) is just less than 3k sales behind Cyrus’ “Flowers” (RCA) at #1. Can the track surge ahead by Friday?

The Ariana Grande remix of The Weeknd’s “Die For You” (Republic/Island) is heading for a new peak at #3, while Libianca’s “People” (5K) could enter the Top 10 for the first time on Friday, at #10.

Mimi Webb’s “Red Flags” is running toward its highest chart position yet at #13, while Mae Stephens’ “If We Ever Broke Up” (EMI) rises one to #19.