Friday 23 June 2017

Cover Drive cruise to top of charts

David Guetta has been kept off the top spot by Cover Drive
David Guetta has been kept off the top spot by Cover Drive

Barbadian band Cover Drive have cruised to the top of the charts with their single Twilight.

The four-piece's new release held off David Guetta's track Titanium (featuring Sia) which climbed one place to second.

Last week's number one, Jessie J's Domino, dropped two places.

Brighton hip hop duo Rizzle Kicks fell two spots to number four with Mama Do The Hump, while Flo Rida's Wild Ones (featuring Sia) entered the chart at number five.

In the album chart, Ed Sheeran knocked Adele's 21 off the top spot and into third with his acclaimed debut album +.

Coldplay's Mylo Xyloto rose one place to second, while Bruno Mars's albums Doo Wops & Hooligans and Rizzle Kicks' Stereo Typical were fourth and fifth.

This week's highest climber was British star Seal's album Soul 2, which jumped 51 places to number 17.

The singer revealed last week he has split up with his wife, the model Heidi Klum.

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