The lead single from his upcoming third solo album is Harry Styles' first-ever Number 1 single in Ireland as a solo artist.
As It Was lands straight in as the biggest Number 1 of the year so far, racking up the highest week of chart sales of any Irish Chart-topper yet in 2022.
Meanwhile, Camila Cabello climbs three to Number 9 with Bam Bam ft. Ed Sheeran, Camila’s sixth Top 10 hit in Ireland.
Outside of the Top 10, British singer Cat Burns returns to her Number 13 peak with Go, while Dave and Stormzy rebound seven places to 16 with Clash.
Following the release of As It Was, Styles sees his second album, Fine Line (2019) storm back up 13 places, landing back in the Top 10 on the Albums Chart at Number 5, while his solo debut Harry Styles (2017) re-enters the chart at Number 27
The Red Hot Chili Peppers’ twelfth studio album Unlimited Love claimed the top spot on the album chart with more than double the chart sales of its closest competition this week, with a healthy 75% of their total this week made up of physical copies.
Olivia Rodrigo’s SOUR drops to Number 2, though it is the most-streamed collection of the week in Ireland.
Brand new at Number 3 is Dublin four-piece Pillow Queens, with their second studio album Leave The Light On. This marks the group’s highest-ever charting album and their first Top 5 collection. Their debut album, 2020’s In Waiting, peaked at Number 26.