If The Vaccines were after a Number One album, they failed to count on the might of Will Young. The band’s new album ‘English Graffiti’ misses out on the top spot of this week’s UK Album Charts, entering at two, behind Young’s ’85% Proof’.
Elsewhere in the run down, Taylor Swift sits at three with ‘1989’, Mumford and Sons’ ‘Wilder Mind’ drops to four, and Sam Smith finishes up the top five. ‘In The Lonely Hour’ celebrates its first birthday this week, and has spent only one week outside of the top five since its release - matching The Beatles’ ‘Please Please Me’ back in 1963.
Elsewhere A$AP Rocky’s ‘At.Long.Last.A$ap’ enters at the chart at Number Ten.
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The track features on last month’s ‘Back In Love City’.
A decade into the game, The Vaccines are rallying together stronger than ever as they journey through the fictional terrains of Love City…
Their new album ‘Back In Love City’ arrives on Friday.
It feels like the purest Vaccines album yet.