- 03 Jul 15
Fresh from wowing Dublin, twice!
Having shown her true star power by putting Apple Music in their place last week, this week saw Taylor Swift getting on with the day job as she turned in two spectacular performances in Dublin's 3Arena.
It has clearly made a big impression on the few people that still hadn't picked up a copy of her latest album, as 1989 jumps two spots on the Irish Albums Chart to retake pole position. Another one of her albums, Red re-enters the chart at No. 19.
It means last week's number one, Florence + The Machine's How Big, How Blue, How Beautiful drops down to No. 2.
Kodaline were another act recently getting crowds in the capital going, and their Coming Up For Air climbs one position to take third.
Hozier and Ed Sheeran round off the Top 5.
The highest new entry comes from The Frames. Their new retrospective collection, Longitude, is in at No. 8 as they celebrate 25 years together with some live shows.
Neil Young's new one with Promise of The Real, The Monsanto Years is in at No. 17.