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Will LF System Beat Kate Bush to U.K. Chart Crown?


Kate Bush’s reign over the U.Ok. singles chart is ready to finish, with LF System on the point of claiming the title.

The Scottish digital act’s club-filler “Afraid to Feel” rises 2-1 on the First Look chart, which ranks singles primarily based on gross sales and streams from the primary 48 hours of the chart week.

If it holds its course, the disco quantity would give the duo their first-ever chief.


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After three weeks at No. 1, Bush might lose her crown when the chart is revealed late Friday (July 8). “Running Up That Hill,” her reanimated hit from 1985, drops to No. 4 on the chart blast, behind Harry Styles’ “As It Was” and George Ezra’s “Green Green Grass,” respectively.

This week’s highest new entry might belong to Paolo Nutini, the Scottish singer and songwriter whose “Throughout The Echoes” is on monitor for a No. 23 debut. Lifted from Nutini’s fourth and newest album Last Night In The Bittersweet, “Echoes” can be his eighth U.Ok. Top 40 hit, and his highest-charting single since 2014’s “Scream (Funk My Life Up)” hit No. 12.

Nutini’s sophomore album Sunny Side Up (from 2009) and Caustic Love (2014) each hit No. 1 on the Official U.Ok. Albums Chart, and he’s amassed 8 million world album gross sales, and eight million U.Ok. single gross sales, in keeping with Warner Music, his file label.



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