Britain has a new No.1 album for the fifth week in a row, namely singer/songwriter Billie Eilish’s debut full-length release, When We All Fall Asleep, Where Do We Go?, which opens atop the chart on sales of 48,410 copies - the highest for any album for seven weeks - including 25,343 from sales-equivalent streams.
Eilish wrote 12 of the album’s 14 tracks with her 21-year-old brother Finneas, who wrote the other two on his own, and also produced the album.
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