Official Charts Analysis: The 1975 see debut album land at No.1 after 31k sales


Cheshire cats The 1975 have a right to be grinning - with a trio of Top 40 singles already under their belts in 2013, the Wilmslow wonders' critically acclaimed, eponymous debut album storms to the top of the chart this week, on sales of 31,538 copies.

Good songs go a long way, and reviewers of The 1975's album have made a habit of pointing out their strengths, with Pitchfork praising their 'born-ready anthems' and The Guardian concluding 'their songs ...

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