Passenger and Bastille remain at 1 & 2 on the singles chart

It's as you were at the top of the Irish singles chart this week...

Mike Rosenberg aka Passenger remains at the top of the Irish singles chart this week with his hugely successful and rather brilliant single 'Let Her Go'.

Fellow UK act Bastille, who released their debut album Bad Blood this week, hang onto second position with 'Pompeii'.

Climbing two places into third position is Pink with 'Just Give Me A Reason', with Macklemore & Ryan Lewis' 'Thrift Shop' in fourth and One Direction's Comic Relief nod to Blondie and The Undertones is in fifth place.

Rihanna feat Mikky Ekko, Avicii vs Nicky Romero, Bruno Mars, Taylor Swift and Icona Pop feat Charlie XCX make a familiar looking top ten.

Following this weeks sold-out homecoming shows The Script leap 26 places to No.13 with #3 take 'If You Could See Me Now', while previous singles 'Six Degrees Of Separation', and 'Hall Of Fame' also chart.

Elsewhere there are new entries this week for Calvin Harris feat Ellie Goulding 'I Need Your Love' at No. 43, and Peadar O'Goill 'My Hero' at No.45.

 

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