I Am Kloot are heading for their highest-charting album yet in the UK with the newly-issued Let It All In currently locked in the midweek Top 10.
The album, issued on the band's Shepherd's Moon label via EMI Services, is showing up as a new entry at No 6 in the latest Sales Flashes, according to the Official Charts Company. That is 18 places higher than the group's best chart ranking of No 24, achieved by their previous album Sky At Night in 2010.
Polydor's Les Miserables soundtrack is on course to spend a second week at No 1 on Sunday with a 164% sales lead up to the end of business on Thursday over second-placed Our Version Of Events by Virgin's Emeli Sande, who was also at 2 on last Sunday's chart. Columbia act Calvin Harris's 18 Months climbs a place to 3 to swap places with Jake Bugg's self-titled Mercury album, while the Def Jam/Mercury-issued Unapologetic by Rihanna climbs 6-5.
New albums arriving outside the Top 10 include releases by Adam Ant and Italian composer Ludovico Einaudi, while in the singles market Dutch DJs and production duo Bingo Players are heading to No 1 this weekend with their brand new Ministry of Sound track Get Up (Rattle) featuring Far East Movement. Below them, will.i.am featuring Britney Spears' single Scream & Shout drops 1-2, Mercury's Taylor Swift climbs 4-3 with I Knew You Were Trouble, the Def Jam/Mercury track Stay by Rihanna featuring Mikky Ekko is up 5-4 and Parlophone signing Conor Maynard vaults 34-5 with Animal featuring Wiley following his performance on Graham Norton's BBC One show last Friday.
The full midweek singles and albums charts are on musicweek.com.