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YE JOLLY OLDE iTUNES U.K. CHARTS

Looks like Bjork’s British fans have reacted to the leak-inspired release of avant-garde diva’s latest art piece even more intensely than her U.S. subjects. And speaking of the Colonies, it can now be confirmed that Yanks Fall Out Boy and Meghan Trainor have joined the abovementioned Taylor Swift as full-fledged transatlantic stars. And no matter which side of the pond you’re on, Bruno Mars is the best friend an Anglo-American producer/DJ could possibly have.

Ireland is represented by young Hozier, whose rise in the U.K. has been even more measured in pace than his ascent in the States—but in both cases, when the breakout finally occurred it proved to be explosive. Australia is represented by Sia, whose album and “Elastic Heart” single are both hovering at #11 as this is written. The biggest surprise, to us, at least, was spotting Echosmith’s “Cool Kids” at #14. 

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