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U.K. MIDWEEKS: U2 HEAD FOR #1
3/20/23

U2 are outselling the rest of the Top 5 combined on today’s U.K. Official Chart midweek update , while Calvin Harris and Ellie Goulding are challenging Miley Cyrus for the top spot at singles.

Songs of Surrender (Island) should become U2’s 11th #1 album in the U.K. on Friday.

Indie rock act Black Honey are heading toward a career peak with A Fistful of Peaches (Foxfive) starting at #3. All Time Low are also new, with Tell Me I’m Alive (Fueled By Ramen), at #6.

Sundowners (Golden Robot) by the Irish band The Answer starts at #12; Inspiral CarpetsThe Complete Singles (Mute Records) is heading for #16.

On the U.K.’s Official Singles midweek update, “Miracle” (Columbia) by Harris and Goulding has moved up to #2. Unless it moves further ahead over the coming days, Cyrus’ “Flowers” (RCA) will remain at #1 for a 10th consecutive week.

Taylor Swift is heading for this week’s highest new entry with “All The Girls You Loved Before” (EMI) at #5.

Rema’s “Calm Down” (Mavin) could reach its highest peak yet at #4, as Libianca’s “People” (5K) rises to #6 following the arrival of a new remix with Cian Ducrot. BTS member Jimin could have his first solo Top 20 with “Set Me Free Pt. 2” (Big Hit) at #14.

Lewis Capaldi’s “How I’m Feeling Now” (UMG) is set to land at #19, while Hozier’s comeback track, “Eat Your Young” (Rubyworks/UMG), could become his Top 40 single in eight years at #21.