The UK pop trio's 2013 debut If You Wait jumped from 4th to 1st position on the Irish Indies this week.
London Grammar knocked Sinead O'Conner's I'm Not Bossy, I'm The Boss from the top spot on the Irish Indie Album Charts this week, but the pop icon is still sitting comfortably at number 2.
Further down the charts, Derek Ryan's surprising two week spike with The Simple Things seems to be at a close - it dropped from 1 to 5. Arctic Monkeys' AM, now in its 54th consecutive week on the list, remained at 6.
The only brand new entry this week is Before Everybody Disappears by In The Willows, while The Coronas and Nathan Carter each made a re-emergence.
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