Charts analysis: Lewis Capaldi extends run at summit

Lewis Capaldi extends his reign atop the album chart to three weeks, despite consumption of Divinely Uninspired To A Hellish Extent falling a further 25.90% week-on-week to 29,429 units (including 16,325 from sales-equivalent streams).

It is only the second debut album of the 2010s to spend its first three weeks at No.1, following Welsh fraternal classical duo Richard & Adam, whose first album, The Impossible Dream, spent four straight weeks at No.1 after the pair’s Britain’s Got Talent victory in ...

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