News Bring Me The Horizon set to top Official Albums Chart

Bring Me The Horizon set to top Official Albums Chart

They’re leading the way so far, anyway.

Bring Me The Horizon look set to top Friday’s Official Albums Chart, as ‘amo’ leads the way.

The record - the group’s sixth - is currently outselling their nearest rivals combined, and only trails the midweek Number Two, ‘The Greatest Showman’ in streaming numbers.

Elsewhere, Toy’s ‘Happy in the Hollow’ is currently at Number 34.

Bring Me The Horizon headline All Points East in London on 31st May, with Run The Jewels and IDLES among the other acts performing the same day.

Tickets are on sale now.

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