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Blighty Beat
U.K. MIDWEEKS: ED REMAINS #1
5/15/23

Ed Sheeran’s Subtract (Atlantic) is heading for a second week at #1 on the U.K.’s Official Albums Chart. Over on singles, two Eurovision songs crack the Top 40.

Elsewhere on albums, Brighton band Lovejoy could claim their first Top 10 with Wake Up & It’s Over (Anvil Cat) starting at #2. Alison Goldfrapp is new at #3 with her first solo record, Invention (Skint). Jonas BrothersThe Album (Polydor) is also new, at #4.

A 10th anniversary reissue of the final record from Daft Punk, Random Access Memories (Columbia) is #5. The debut from rapper Potter Payper, Real Back In Style (0207 Def Jam), starts at #6.

Two more new releases are in today’s Top 10: Good Lies (XL) by Overmono at #7, and The Last Rotation of Earth (Bella Union) by BC Camplight at #9.

On the U.K.’s Official Singles midweeks, “Miracle” (Columbia) by Calvin Harris and Ellie Goulding look set for a sixth week at #1.

There are new peaks for “React” (Relentless) by Switch Disco and Ella Henderson, up one to #6, and “Cupid” (Parlophone) by Fifty Fifty, also up one to #7.

After performing at Eurovision, Mae Muller’s “I Wrote a Song” (Capitol) has risen to #9 from #45. The winning song, “Tattoo” (Universal) by Swedish artist Loreen, looks set to debut at #28.

David Guetta, Anne-Marie and Coi Leray could finally crack the Top 10 with “Baby Don’t Hurt Me” (Warner Music U.K.) at #10, while Zara Larsson’s “Can’t Tame Her” (Epic) is up 10 to a new peak at #20.