Paramore’s ‘This Is Why’ Is Cruising to U.K. Chart Title

A Paramore reunion could bring the pop-punk veteran a crown on the UK charts.

Hayley Williams, Zach Farro and Taylor York reunite this is the reason (via Atlantic), their first of six albums since 2017 after laughterIt could also be the UK No. 1 for the first time in almost a decade.

Based on sales and streaming data reported by the official chart company, this is the reason The clear leader in the mid-week stage. It currently outperforms its closest competitor, You Me At Six’s. collapse of truth (Underdog), 2 units to 1 or more.


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If we keep the trajectory this is the reason Follow Paramore brand new eyes (from 2009) and Paramore (2013) to top the charts.

You Me At Six’s collapse of truththe official chart update number two should give the rock band from Surrey, England, a seventh top ten entry.

The Rolling Stones, meanwhile, have entered the top 10 for the 42nd time in their live hit retrospective. Hmmm!live (Mercury Studios). We are well on our way to a 6th place debut.

Several winners of last Saturday’s 2023 BRIT Awards should climb the official UK Albums Chart, which was released on Friday (17th February).harry styles third studio album harry’s house (Columbia) are looking to move up 12-3 after winning Album of the Year, while British group and Best New Artist winner Wet Leg continue to top the charts. It’s possible it’ll break into the top 40 again with its debut. wet leg (Domino Recordings) is ranked 33rd in the official chart update.

Finally, a string of reissues seems set to top the national charts. Scottish alternative rock group Mogwai debuted in 1997 and are set to take her to new heights with her two reissues. mogwi ang team (#12 via Chemikal Underground), and their sophomore LP Come on Die Young (No. 24).

Gary Numan’s new wave act, Tubeway Army, also got to see their 1978 self-titled debut hit an all-time high. tubeway army (via Beggars Banquet) It surged into the midweek charts at No. 13, ahead of its peak position of No. 14 in 1979.

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