Blossoms are at number one again this week with their self-titled debut album. The band are now the first artists to score two consecutive weeks at the top spot in the UK albums chart since Adele's managed three in March with 25.

BlossomsBlossoms are still on top of the UK albums chart

Last week the Stockport band said they were “made up” over the success of the album. Speaking to The Official Charts Company the band said: "We're absolutely made up that the album has gone to Number One. From the scaffolding yard to the top of the charts, who'd have thought it? Viva Stockport!”

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This week the fivepiece held off stiff competition from rapper Drake and veterans ELO, who were ahead in the midweek rundown. By Friday Drake had risen one place to number two with Views, while ELO had to settle for three with collection All Over The World.

At four is Christine & the Queens' Chaleur Humaine, which rose two places and rounding off the top five are Bob Marley and the Wailers' with their hits collection Legend, which moved up six places to return to the top five.

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Also moving up the chart this week were The 1975's whose second album I Like It When You Sleep… returns to the top 10, advancing 12 places to number nine. The week’s highest new entry comes from Canadian rapper PartyNextDoor, whose second album PartyNextDoor (P3) went straight into the charts at number 11.