The 5SOS album, their fourth, finished just 550 combined units ahead of Dua Lipa, according to the Official Charts Company. The Australian heroes thus secure their second U.K. champion, after 2015's Sounds Good Feels Good. Lipa's No. 2 entry is still a personal best in the territory, beating the No. 3 peak of her self-titled debut. That set climbs 28-19, and Future Nostalgia is the week's best seller on vinyl, selling 3,000 units.
Insomnia (SKC M29), the collaborative album by Skepta, Chip and Young Adz, debuts at No. 3. The Weekend's renewed singles success is tempered by a 1-4 fall for parent album After Hours, while Lewis Capaldi drops 2-5 with Divinely Uninspired To A Hellish Extent (EMI/Universal).