Amo delivered combined first-week units of 27,000, according to the Official Charts Company, with 61% of its sales on CD or vinyl. The band’s previous best album chart showing was No. 2 with their last release, 2015’s That’s The Spirit.
The Greatest Showman (Atlantic/Warner) is down 1-2 on the new chart, with Queen’s Bohemian Rhapsody (Virgin/Universal) steady at No. 3. George Ezra’s Staying At Tamara’s (Columbia/Sony) is down 2-4, while Rudimental arrive at No. 5 with their third album, Toast To Our Differences (Asylum/Warner Music).
There’s also a No. 7 entry for the Backstreet Boys, back in the U.K. top ten for the first time since 2001’s Greatest Hits — Chapter One with the new release DNA (RCA/Sony). Producer Trevor Horn’s Reimagines The Eighties (BMG) narrowly misses the top ten, debuting at No. 11, as do Rival Sons, new at No. 12 with Feral Roots (Atlantic/Warner).
“7 Rings” wins the singles chart race by 27,000 combined units from Ava Max’s former No. 1 “Sweet But Psycho” (Atlantic/Warner). That holds at No. 2 as Sam Smith’s “Dancing With A Stranger” (Capitol/Universal), featuring Normani, stays at No. 3. Calvin Harris’ “Giants” (Columbia/Sony), featuring Rag ‘n’ Bone Man, is up 5-4 as Post Malone’s “Wow” (Republic/Universal) stays at No. 5.
Mabel rises 11-7 with “Don’t Call Me Up” (Republic/Universal), one of three tracks making their top ten debuts. J. Cole’s “Middle Child” (Interscope/Universal) is new at No. 9 and Lewis Capaldi jumps 13-10 with “Someone You Loved” (EMI/Universal).