Bombay Bicycle Club have reached the top of the UK Albums Chart for the very first time.
The North London quartet’s fourth album So Long, See You Tomorrow album went straight in at No. 1, selling 6,000 more copies that its closest rival, True by Avicii.
Ellie Goulding’s former number one album, Halcyon, slipped one place to number three, while London Grammar climbed three places to number four with their debut album, If You Wait.
Beyonce completed the Top Five with her recent self-titled album.
In March, Bombay Bicycle Club will play their first major UK headline tour in two years – which includes a headline show at London’s Brixton Academy.
Bombay Bicycle Club Tour dates:
Sun 02, Leeds O2 Academy
Mon 03, Glasgow O2 Academy
Tue 04, Aberdeen Music Hall
Wed 05, Newcastle O2 Academy
Fri 07, Nottingham Rock City
Sat 08, Birmingham O2 Academy
Sun 09, Norwich UEA
Mon 10, Portsmouth Guildhall
Wed12, Bristol O2 Academy
Thu 13, London O2 Academy Brixton
Sun 16, Cardiff Uni Great Hall
Mon 17, Exeter Uni Great Hall
Tue 18, Brighton Dome
Thu 20 & Fri 21, Manchester Albert Hall
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