Charts analysis: Clean Bandit score fourth No.1 single

Clean Bandit score their fourth No.1 and featured vocalist Demi Lovato her first as their collaboration Solo moves 2-1 (41,584 sales, including 27,698 from sales-equivalent streams) to end the single week reign of Jess Glynne’s I’ll Be There (1-4, 31,049 sales).

Pricing may have played a role – Solo was 99p on iTunes but was reduced to 59p ahead of its coronation, while I’ll Be There, which had been 59p, has now returned to 99p. 

Either way, it’s noticeable ...

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