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4/12/24

Two charts, two new #1s. The Libertines have their first U.K. Official Albums #1 in 20 years and Hozier has his first top-charting single.

All Quiet on the Eastern Esplanade (EMI) is The Libertines’ second U.K. chart-topper. The first was their self-titled second set, which hit #1 in 2004.

Beyoncé’s COWBOY CARTER (Columbia/Parkwood) slips down one to #2 today.

Earlestown band The K’s are new at #3 with their debut, I Wonder if the World Knows? (LAB). Conan Gray has a career-best with his third set, Found Heaven (Island), at #4.

  1. Cole’s Might Delete Later (Interscope), charting at #7, is his fourth Top 10. Feeder’s Black / Red (Big Teeth Music) rounds off this week’s new Top 10 entries at #8.

On the U.K.’s Official Singles Chart, “Too Sweet” (Island) is Hozier’s first #1. The track rose three places this week to top the chart on 61k sales and 6.7m streams. It’s Hozier’s second Top 10 single following “Take Me to Church,” which peaked at #2 in 2014.

DJ Artemas has jumped into the Top 5 for the first time with “i like the way you kiss me” (Parlophone) rising one to #5 today.

Dasha’s “Austin” (Warner Records) is up seven to #8, entering the Top 10 after a seven-week climb.

“Belong Together” (Hundred Days Records) by TikTok sensation Mark Ambor moves up eight to #14. Irish DJ duo NewEra also have their first Top 20 with “Birds in the Sky” (Warner Records) up two to #18.