U.K. CHARTS: FOURTH #1 FOR ELBOW

Elbow has its fourth U.K. Official Albums #1 with AUDIO VERTIGO (Polydor). Over on singles, Benson Boone spends a second week at the top.

Future and Metro Boomin’s WE DON’T TRUST YOU (Epic/Freebandz) is new at #2 on albums. In the absence of a physical release, the record secures its debut on streams and downloads alone.

Following the release of its deluxe GUTS (spilled) edition, Olivia Rodrigo’s GUTS (Geffen) jumps 12 slots to #3. Glasgow Eyes (Fuzz Club) is the Jesus and Mary Chain’s highest-charting album in 37 years, landing at #7.

And Tyla has her first U.K. Top 20 entry as TYLA (FAX/Epic) debuts at #19.

On the U.K.’s Official Singles Chart, Boone’s “Beautiful Things” (Warner Records) remains at #1. The track is the most-streamed song in the kingdom, racking up 5.4m U.K. streams this week.

At #2, Teddy Swims’ “Lose Control” (Warner Records) returns to its previous peak.

This week’s highest new entry is “Like That” by Metro Boomin and Future, which debuts at #6. They have two more tracks in the Top 20: “Type Shit” at #18 and “Cinderella” at #20, both of which feature Travis Scott.

Hozier has his first Top 10 single in 10 years, with “Too Sweet” (Rubyworks/UMG) landing at #8.

“Scared to Start” (Warner Records), by Michael Marcagi, rises to #9, while Rodrigo’s latest single, “obsessed,” arrives at #10.

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