Disclosure beat Queens of the Stone Age to UK albums No.1

Disclosure have scored a number one album with their debut release Settle.

Queens of the Stone Age settle for number two with their latest album …Like Clockwork, finishing just over 7,000 copies behind after having been ahead at the midweek stage.

It is QOTSA’s highest-charting album in the UK to date, bettering both 2002’s Songs For The Deaf and 2005’s Lullabies To Paralyze.

Disclosure’s Guy and Howard Lawrence told The Official Charts Company: “We’re absolutely delighted with the result. Proudest moment of our lives. We want to say a massive thank you to everyone who has bought the record.”

Daft Punk’s Random Access Memories drops two spots to three, followed by Rod Stewart’s Time at four. Passenger slips one spot to five with All The Little Lights.

Miles Kane enters at eight with his highest-charting solo album Don’t Forget Who You Are.

Megadeth land at 22 with their 14th studio album Super Collider, their best-charting LP since 1994’s Youthanasia.

Dallas Green’s City and Colour scores his first UK top 40 placing at 32 with The Hurry And The Harm. Sleeping With Sirens follow at 36 with Feel.

Camera Obscura complete the new entries at 39 with their latest release Desire Lines.

Source: Official Charts Company