- 28 Jun 19
Bruce Springsteen rules the roost for a second week on the Official Irish Albums Chart with his album Western Stars.
This is The Boss’ eighth number one album in total and it's fourth chart topper on Irish soil this decade - beating out every other international solo artist.
However, Lewis Capaldi’s Divinely Uninspired to a Hellish Extent has put up a fight, only losing out to number one by 304 combined sales.
After his Malahide and Cork gig last week, George Ezra's Staying At Tamara's jumped up to number four from number six.
Dermot Kennedy’s self-titled collection, for the second week in a row, has advanced one place to number five.
Lil Nas X’s 7 EP enters the chart at number 11.
Mark Ronson is two slots behind him with Late Night Feelings.
Scottish singer Gerry Cinnamon is back in the Top 50 after the release of new single Canter. Despite originally peaking at Number 50 back in March, it has hauled itself up to number 22.
Help Us Stranger by The Raconteurs and False Alarm from Two Door Cinema Club debut at at 24 and 28 respectively.
With the release of film Yesterday, The Beatles' greatest hits returns to the chat at number 36.
Lana Del Rey’s former Number 1 album Born To Die resurfaces at 41 following her show at Malahide Castle last weekend.