Official Charts Analysis: The xx claim No.1 spot with third album I See You

The girls from The X Factor yield pole position to the band with The XX Factor, as Little Mix's second run atop the chart is terminated with Glory Days - which dips to No.2 (15,265 sales) - being dethroned by The xx's third album, I See You.

Debuting atop the pile on sales of 26,503 copies (including 5,856 from streams), I See You is The xx's second No.1 album, emulating their second album Coexist, which debuted in pole position in ...

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