Dave’s We’re All Alone in This Together (NBR) has reclaimed the U.K.’s Official Albums #1 with its second, non-consecutive week at the top. Over on singles, Ed Sheeran’s “Bad Habits” (Atlantic) remains #1 for a seventh week.

Dave’s second album previously hit #1 the last week of July.

Billie Eilish’s Happier Than Ever (Polydor) is down one to #2, while Will Young is new at #3 with Crying on the Bathroom Floor (Cooking Vinyl). Olivia Rodrigo’s SOUR (Polydor), the U.K.’s most-streamed album of the week, drops to #4.

Barbra Streisand’s vault compilation, Release Me 2 (Columbia), enters at #5, and George Harrison’s 1970 masterwork, All Things Must Pass (Apple Corps), is new at #6.

Brian May’s remastered 1992 solo debut, Back to the Light (Universal), enters at #7, surpassing its original #19 peak.

London rapper Fredo’s third album, Independence Day (Since 93), opens at #9, and Nas charts at #20 with King's Disease III (Mass Appeal).

On the U.K.’s Official Singles chart, “Bad Habits” leads both streaming and downloads to claim Sheeran’s longest-reigning #1 single since 2019’s “I Don’t Care” with Justin Bieber, which spent eight weeks at the top.

Eilish’s “Happier Than Ever” climbs two to #4, while Becky Hill & David Guetta’s “Remember” (Polydor) reaches a new peak at #5.

The Weeknd’s “Take My Breath” (Island) is this week’s highest new entry at #13, and “Talk About” (Polydor) by Rain Radio and DJ Craig Gorman is up three spots to #14. KSI and Lil Wayne’s collaboration, “Lose” (BMG), debuts at #18.