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Music Charts: Swim Deep's debut earns them a spot in the UK top 20

Birmingham's Swim Deep have landed a top 20 spot in this week's official albums chart with their debut 'Where The Heaven Are We?'

The band earned a fairly high position, ending up at number 20, after being placed at number 6 in the midweek update. Meanwhile, The Civil Wars self-titled second album entered at number 2, placing just below Britain's Got Talent contestants Richard & Adam, making them this week's highest placing new entry. 

Imagine Dragons, Passenger and X-Factor's Jahmene complete the top 5 in the albums chart, whilst Michael Buble, Rudimental, Jay-Z, David Guetta and Rod Stewart all hold onto positions in the top 10. 

Over in the single's chart, 'We Can't Stop' has somehow earned Miley Cyrus a number 1 single, knocking Avicii's 'Wake Me Up' off the top spot. Tinie Tempah's trampoline has entered at number 3 whilst Lana Del Ray's Summertime Sadness and Robin Thicke's Blurred Lines complete the top 5. 

Elsewhere in the single's chart, Kings of Leon's 'Wait For Me' has entered at number 31 and Bastille's latest 'Things We Lost in the Fire' has entered at 84. 

You can get more information on both charts over on officialcharts.com. Check over on ShopTo's music page to download the latest chart appearances, including Swim Deep's debut, which is available for just £6.85.


Edited On 12 Aug, 2013

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