Ava Max strikes into a 3rd week atop the U.Okay. singles chart with “Sweet But Psycho” (Atlantic/Warner Music), whereas The Greatest Showman soundtrack (Atlantic/Warner) achieves a 26th non-consecutive week at No. 1 on the album countdown.
The Official Charts Company experiences that “Psycho” finishes the week 27,000 mixed models forward of its nearest challenger, Ariana Grande's “Thank U, Next” (Republic/ Universal), which holds at No. 2. Mark Ronson's “Nothing Breaks Like a Heart” (Columbia/Sony), that includes Miley Cyrus, strikes up Four-Three, and Post Malone's “Wow” (Republic/Universal) 5-Four; Malone's “Sunflower,” that includes Swae Lee, dips Three-5.
The highest new entry of the week, at No. 6, is “18HUNNA” (Relentless) by Drill MC Headie One, that includes Dave, who just lately topped the chart himself with “Funky Friday.”
James Arthur and Anne Marie climb one place to No. 7, a brand new peak, with “Rewrite the Stars” (Atlantic/Warner Music).
There's a 14-Eight climb for George Ezra's “Hold My Girl” (Columbia/Sony), which turns into his fifth high 10 U.Okay. hit. Freya Ridings improves 12-9 with “Lost Without You” (Good Soldier), the fifth week the monitor has held that peak place. It first appeared within the high 75 on the finish of July.
Beneath The Greatest Showman, Ezra is at No. 2 once more with Staying at Tamara's, whereas the A Star Is Born soundtrack (Interscope/Universal) strikes again Four-Three and Queen's Bohemian Rhapsody soundtrack (Virgin/Universal) 6-Four. Fleetwood Mac's Rhino/Warner compilation Don't Stop – 50 Years hits a brand new peak, rising Eight-5, and Clean Bandit's What Is Love? (Atlantic/Warner) makes the highest 10 for the primary time, leaping 15-9.
Further down the listings, 1960s beat favorites the Searchers are again within the high 40 of the album chart at No. 35 with Farewell Album — Greatest Hits and More (Sanctuary). It's their first time there since a earlier compilation reached No. 11 in 2008. The new set coincides with the ultimate tour by the group, which nonetheless options co-founder John McNally and Frank Allen, who joined in 1964. The huge itinerary began final Friday and extends till March 31, after which they may retire. The new retrospective contains all their best-known hits, resembling “Needles and Pins,” “When You Walk In the Room,” “Sweets for My Sweet” and “Don't Throw Your Love Away.”
On the compilation chart, Now That's What I Call Music! 101 (Sony Music CG/Virgin EMI/Universal) logs a seventh straight week at No. 1, with The Greatest Showman Reimagined (Atlantic/Warner) holding at No. 2.