Take That topple Band Aid to secure their 12th No. 1 single
The newly trimmed down Take That have achieved their first No. 1 single as a trio and the twelfth in the British band's history overall.
Gary Barlow, Mark Owen and Howard Donald have knocked Band Aid 30's 'Do They Know It's Christmas?' down to No. 2 this week with 'These Days'.
'These Days' managed to secure the top spot with a sales lead of 2,500 copies.
Olly Murs' 'Wrapped Up' is a non-mover at No. 3 this week, as is Ed Sheeran's 'Thinking Out Loud' at No. 4, and Jess Glynne alongside Clean Bandit have dipped three places to No. 5 with 'Real Love'.
Other than Take That, new entries to the chart this week come from Labrinth at No. 7 with 'Jealous, McBusted's debut 'Air Guitar' at No. 12, and 'The Hunger Games' actress Jennifer Lawrence makes her first musical outing with 'The Hanging Tree' at No. 14 as taken from the latest installment of the movie franchise.
BRITs Critics' Choice nominee James Bray has debuted at No. 18 'Hold Back The River' whilst fellow shortlisted act Years & Years have landed the No. 22 spot with 'Desire'.
Other tracks making their Top 40 debut include 'What I Did For Love' by David Guetta and Emeli Sande at No. 24, 'No Enimiesz' by Kiesza at No. 30 and '7/11' by Beyonce at No. 36.
Listen to 'These Days' below:
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