- 05 Nov 21
Adele's 'Easy On Me' continues its reign at No.1 for a third week on the Official Irish Singles Chart.
It's the fifth album from the singer-songwriter to top the chart on these shores, following + (2011), x (2014), ÷ (2017), and No.6 Collaborations Project (2019).
Elsewhere on the chart, The War On Drugs have scored another big entry this week, with their fifth studio album, I Don't Live Here Anymore, at No.4.
In the run-up to today's release of ABBA's Voyage, the Swedish pop icons' Gold: Greatest Hits album rises to No.8. We expect some major competition on the chart next week between Voyage and =.
Elsewhere, Christy Dignam's The Man Who Stayed Alive has re-entered the chart, following his powerful performance of 'Down By The Salley Gardens' on last Friday's Late Late Show.
On the Official Irish Singles Chart, meanwhile, Adele has secured a third week at No.1 with 'Easy On Me', which was also Ireland's most-streamed song of the week.
Ed Sheeran also enjoys a major week on the Singles Chart – scoring three entries in the Top 10 with 'Shivers' (No. 3), 'Overpass Graffiti' (No. 4) and 'Bad Habits' (No. 10).
Meduza and Hozier's collaboration, 'Tell It To My Heart', meanwhile, debuts at No.13.
On the Irish Homegrown Chart, Westlife continue their reign at No.1 with 'Starlight'. Lyra enters at No.4 with 'Lose My Mind', while CMAT's 'No More Virgo's debuts at No.6.
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