On Wednesday's chart update
, Florence + the Machine
were in the lead with their new single, while Newton Faulkner was battling it out with Lianne La Havas on the album tally.
Ahead of Sunday's Official Chart, Digital Spy
takes a look at Friday's midweeks.Florence is still in the lead on the singles chart with her Calvin Harris mix of 'Spectrum', 3,000 copies ahead of Maroon 5's 'Payphone', which is at two.Meanwhile, Stooshe hold at five with 'Black Heart', and Nicki Minaj holds at ten with 'Pound The Alarm'.Further down the chart, Adam Lambert slips from Wednesday's position of 13 to 15 with 'Never Close Our Eyes', David Guetta, Chris Brown and Lil Wayne are inside the top 30 with 'I Can Only Imagine', and The Vaccines dip 30 to 32 with 'No Hope'. On the album chart, Newton Faulkner remains at the top with Write It On Your Skin, while Frank Ocean has leaped from six to two with Channel Orange, pushing Lianne La Havas's Is Your Love Big Enough? from two to three.The View fall three to six with Cheeky For a Reason, and Adam Lambert's Trespassing tumbles from seven to ten.Outside the Top 10, Katy Perry's Teenage Dream is at 24, and Florence + the Machine is at the edge of the Top 40 with Ceremonials.
Next week's single releases include Misha B's 'Home Run' and Delilah's 'Inside My Love', while Elton John vs. Pnau's Good Morning To The Night
and Nas's Life Is Good
will be hoping to impact on the album chart.Who would you like to see at number one next week? Leave your comments in the box below: