- 30 Jul 21
We’re All Alone In This Together is the most-streamed album in Ireland this week.
Dave's acclaimed second album, We’re All Alone In This Together, released last week, has debuted at No.1 on the Official Irish Albums Chart.
The project, which is Ireland's most-streamed album this week, has become Dave's first chart-topper in Ireland, with his 2019 debut album, Psychodrama, having peaked at No.6. His debut went on to win both the 2019 Mercury Prize and Album of the Year at the 2020 Brit Awards, beating the likes of Fontaines D.C., The 1975, Slowthai and IDLES.
Elsewhere on the chart, last week’s No.1, SOUR by Olivia Rodrigo, slips to No.2. As we reported earlier, The Saw Doctors' classic album If This Is Rock and Roll, I Want My Old Job Back is at No.3, following its vinyl reissue for its 30th anniversary.
Dublin’s Power of Dreams debut at Number 22 with Auslander– 31 years after the release of their debut album, Immigrants, Emigrants and Me – while Amy Winehouse’s Back To Black returns to the Top 50 at No.27, following the 10th anniversary of her death.
Ahead of the highly anticipated release of his new album DONDA, Kanye West's iconic LP Graduation has also entered this week's Top 50 at No.41.
On the Official Irish Singles Chart, meanwhile, Lil Nas X has scored the highest new entry with 'Industry Baby', his collaboration with Jack Harlow, debuting at No.7. Ed Sheeran at No.1 for a fifth week with 'Bad Habits' – the most downloaded and streamed song this week in Ireland.
In addition to his No.1 album, Dave also has three tracks on this week's Top 20, with 'Clash' at No.8, 'Verdansk' at No.9 and 'In The Fire' at No.13.