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U.K. CHARTS: RARE SCORE FOR SCOTS

The debut release from The Snuts, W.L. (Parlophone), has landed at #1 on the U.K.’s Official Albums Chart while Demi Lovato takes second place. Over on singles, Lil Nas X remains on top.

In topping the chart, The Snuts become the first Scottish band in 14 years to enter at #1 with their debut; the last to do so were The View with Hats Off to the Buskers.

Lovato’s Dancing with the Devil… The Art of Starting Over (Island) is her highest-charting record to date in the U.K.; her previous peak was #5 in 2017.

Justin Bieber’s Justice (EMI) is the most-streamed album this week, down one place to #3, while London post-punk band Dry Cleaning are new at #4 with their debut, New Long Leg (4AD).

Lil Tjay’s Destined 2 Win (Columbia) is new at #7, while The FratellisHalf Drunk Under a Full Moon (Cooking Vinyl) lands at #12.

On the U.K.’s Official Singles Chart, Lil Nas X’s “Montero (Call Me By Your Name)” (RCA) has a second week at #1 on 62k chart sales, including 8.6m streams.

Bieber f/Daniel Caesar and Giveon’s “Peaches” (EMI) climbs one to #2, while Nathan Evans f/220 Kid and Billen Ted’s “Wellerman” (Polydor) falls down one place to #3.

Further down, Russ Millions & Tion Wayne fly nine places to #12 with “Body” (Atlantic), Silk Sonic’s “Leave The Door Open” (Atlantic) climbs three to #20, and D-Block Europe & Raye speed up a further six places to #22 with their self-released “Ferrari Horses.”

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