Bombay Bicycle Club land first number one album
- 10 February 2014
- From the section Entertainment & Arts
Bombay Bicycle Club have landed their first number one album with So Long, See You Tomorrow.
Their fourth album went straight in at number one, while Avicii's True climbed from number four to number two.
Ellie Goulding's former number one album, Halcyon, slipped one place to number three.
London Grammar climbed three places to number four with their debut album, If You Wait. Beyonce's self-titled fifth album dropped two places.
British band You Me At Six, who held the top spot for two weeks, dropped nine places to number 10.
Clean Bandit stayed at the top of the singles chart with Rather Be, making it their third week at number one.
Former number one Pharrell Williams' Happy climbed one place to number two.
The highest new entry was Dibby Dibby Sound ft Ms Dynamite at number three.
Will.I.Am and Miley Cyrus's Feelin' Myself dropped two places to number four, while Pitbull and Kesha's Timber moved up a place to number five.
The week's highest climber was Disclosure - the Grammy-nominated duo's F For You shot up 118 places to number 29 after brothers Guy and Howard Lawrence created a new mix of the track featuring Mary J Blige.
Imagine Dragons landed their fifth UK Top 40 single to date with Demons, which has climbed 22 places to number 30.
Another big climber was New Zealand singer/songwriter Lorde, with her single Team rising 32 places to number 38.