Ed Sheeran's ÷ relinquishes control of the album chart for the third time, slipping 1-2 (28,148 sales), while London Grammar's second album Truth Is A Beautiful Thing debuts atop the list on sales of 43,403 copies, including 2,780 from sales-equivalent streams.
That's a 31.01% first week tally than the London trio's introductory album, If You Wait, which sold 33,130 copies on debuting and peaking at No.2 in September 2013, having already spawned the Top 40 hits Wasting My Young Years ...
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