Coldplay’s ‘A Head Full Of Dreams’ Tops The UK Charts | Music News
Just a few days ago the Official Charts Company reported that Coldplay‘s latest record A Head Full of Dreams had a boost in combined sales after the band performed at the 50th Super Bowl halftime performance on February 7, and they had a serious chance of topping the UK Charts by this Friday (here the article).
Just as predicted, the numbers kept coming and the album reached the top position in the UK charts, scoring the English band their 7th Number One record.
“The album’s climb to the summit gives them a straight run of Number 1 studio albums since Parachutes topped the Official Albums Chart in 2000,” writes Justin Myers on the Official Charts Company website.
The halftime performance, during which they shared the stage with Beyoncé, Bruno Mars, and Mark Ronson, has rewarded Coldplay’s patience even though the Super Bowl has a smaller audience in the UK and it is broadcasted late night local time.
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