Twenty One Pilots Fly High With ‘Clancy’

todayMay 29, 2024

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Twenty One Pilots could land their very first No. 1 on the U.K. albums chart, with Clancy.

The Columbus, OH duo of Tyler Joseph and Josh Dun lead the midweek chart with Clancy (via Atlantic/Fueled By Ramen), their seventh studio album. The recording will become the group’s fourth U.K. top 10, following 2015 release Blurryface (No. 5 peak), 2018’s Trench (No. 2) and 2021’s Scaled and Icy (No. 3) — and perhaps their first leader.

Joseph and Dun will support the 13-track LP with a major tour, spanning 59 dates that kick off Aug. 15 in the United States, before heading overseas for legs in Europe and Australia.


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Paul Weller, however, could spoil the Pilots’ party with 66 (Polydor). The British songsmith’s 17th studio effort is close behind at No. 2 on the Official Chart Update, and is set to become set to become his 23rd solo U.K. top 10 album, the Official Charts Company reports. The ex-The Jam and The Style Council frontman has scored six solo U.K. No. 1 albums: 1995’s Stanley Road, 2002 record Illumination, 2008’s 22 Dreams, 2012’s Sonik Kicks, 2020’s On Sunset and, most recently, 2021’s Fat Pop.

Taylor Swift’s blockbuster The Tortured Poets Department (EMI) is expected to close out the U.K. top 3, dropping 1-3.

Sheffield, England rock act Bring Me The Horizon is forecast to bag a fifth U.K. top 10 with Post Human: NeX Gen (RCA), new at No. 5 on the chart blast, while U.S. alt-rock Wallows (Dylan Minnette, Braeden Lemasters and Cole Preston) could enjoy a career-best with Model (Atlantic), their third studio record. It’s new at No. 10 on the chart update.

Meanwhile, new releases from Manchester, England-rapper Meekz (TRU at No. 12 via Meekz Music & Lifestyle); BTS star RM (Right Place, Wrong Person at No. 17 via Polydor), British breakout artist Niko B (dog eat dog food world at No. 20 via Believe Recordings), and American rock veteran Lenny Kravitz (Blue Electric Light at No. 27 via BMG) are eyeing top 40 berths.

All will be revealed when the Official U.K. Albums Chart is published late Friday, May 31.

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Written by: Soft FM Radio Staff

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