Kings Of Leon look set to reign at top of album chart


Kings Of Leon could be set to score their fifth Number One album after three years away.

The Official Charts Company said that WALLS (We Are Like Love Songs) is expected to hit the top of the chart this weekend.

Kings Of Leon
Kings Of Leon (Mark Humphrey/AP)

Keane's lead singer Tom Chaplin's solo debut The Wave is expected to reach number two, while a reissue of Oasis' 1997 classic Be Here Now could make third spot in the charts.

Phil Collins's retrospective The Singles and Irish indie rock band Two Door Cinema Club's album Gameshow are expected to complete the top five.

In the singles chart, James Arthur is set to enjoy his fourth week at the top, with Say You Won't Let Go.

James Arthur.
James Arthur (Yui Mok/PA)

Little Mix's Shout Out To My Ex is at number 14, hours after it went on sale.

The band performed the song on Sunday night's X Factor, sparking 26 complaints, to regulator Ofcom, about their revealing outfits and "sexualised" performance.