Electronic duo Daft Punk, featuring Pharrell Williams and Chic guitarist Nile Rodgers, have held onto the number one spot in the singles chart with their impossibly catchy 'Get Lucky'.
Meanwhile, Chris Malinchak went straight in at number two with 'So Good To Me', with 'Let Her Go' by Passenger rising from number four last week to number three.
Another new entry from Armin Van Buuren featuring T Guthrie, 'This Is What It Feels Like', reached number six, and the next highest new entry was Gabrielle Aplin with 'Panic Cord'.
Gigs To Look Out For
Nina Nesbitt, who we previously introduced in Music Box, has announced a headline tour for October.
The 18-year-old, who picked up her first guitar only three years ago but has already toured with Ed Sheeran and Example, now has over 4 million views across YouTube and VEVO to date.
When we last spoke to her, the half-Scottish, half-Swedish singer had just played her biggest headline show to date at the 500 capacity Dingwalls venue in London, now her tour will kick off on 8 October in Brighton. For all the dates and tickets visit her website here.
Open Your Ears
Meet Hungry Kids of Hungary, who actually happen to be from Brisbane, Queensland, Australia. The indie-pop band, after great success Down Under, have announced they will be releasing their upbeat single 'Sharp Shooter' in the UK.
The band is made up of Dean McGrath (lead vocals/guitar), Kane Mazlin (lead vocals/keys), Ben Dalton (bass) and Ryan Strathie (drums) who, alongside a UK May tour, have bagged a slot at The Great Escape Festival.
Will they be as popular in the UK as they are in Oz? Check out 'Sharp Shooter', released on 27 May, below and let us know...Suggest a correction