- 17 Jan 20
David Keenan's record is also the best-selling vinyl record this week.
The numbers are in -- Lewis Capaldi continues his reign with an eighth non-consecutive week with latest album Divinely Uninspired To A Hellish Extent at number one and David Keenan and Selena Gomez have the highest-ranking new entries in the Irish album charts.
We're excited to see Irish singer-songwriter David Keenan's debut hit number six on the overall charts and number one as the best-selling vinyl record of the week. Read our track-by-track review of A Beginners Guide to Bravery here and check out our review of his Olympia Theatre gig here.
Selena Gomez's Rare debuted at number four, and spots two, three and four are held by Dermot Kennedy, Stormzy and Harry Styles, respectively.
Lewis Capaldi's topped the singles chart as well, with 'Before You Go' sitting at number one for the eighth week. Roddy Rich's 'The Box' climbed up 12 spots, reaching number four this week. Dua Lipa's 'Don't Start Now,' Stormzy's 'Own It' and Future's 'Life is Good' (feat. Drake) round out the rest of the singles chart.
Picture This make a statement on the Irish homegrown charts. Their single 'Winona Ryder' debuted at number three on the Irish top five.