- 11 Mar 22
The recent Hot Press cover star leads the chart, ahead of Olivia Rodrigo, Ed Sheeran, Dave and Dermot Kennedy.
80% of the album's chart sales were made up of physical copies.
The Irish singer-songwriter's debut album was described by Hot Press as "one of the most thrilling Irish pop debuts of the century." Read the full review here.
The chart success lands on the same day as CMAT's highly anticipated Dublin headliner at The Academy. She plays the Limelight in Belfast tomorrow, followed by a US tour, kicking off next week.
She's followed on the chart by Olivia Rodrigo's Sour (No.2), Ed Sheeran's = (No. 3), Dave's We're All Alone In This Together (No. 4), and Dermot Kennedy's Without Fear (No.5).
CMAT recently announced a string of Irish and UK dates – including a hometown headline show at 3Olympia Theatre in Dublin on Friday, December 9.
Other newly announced Irish dates include The Limelight, Belfast (December 7) and Live at St Luke's, Cork (December 10).
On the Official Irish Singles Chart, meanwhile, Dublin collective Belters Only's 'Make Me Feel Good', featuring Jazzy, is now at No.2, following a triumphant two weeks at No.1.
Dave's 'Starlight' enters at No.1, while Lost Frequencies and Calum Scott's 'Where Are You Now' is at No.3, Sam Fender's 'Seventeen Going Under' remains at No.4, and Mimi Webb's 'House On Fire' remains at No.5.